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Initial post 12 days ago by Johno
Rose Listing Omission

Adorable

KORjupvio - additional name
To be released as ' Adorable ' in Australia in 2020. Reference Treloar Roses website
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Reply #1 of 1 posted 12 days ago by jedmar
Thank you, synonym added.
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Initial post 12 days ago by Johno
Rose Listing Omission

Tangles

The code for Tangles is KORtangwal. Reference Treloar Roses website
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Reply #1 of 1 posted 12 days ago by Patricia Routley
Thank you Johnno. Code added.
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most recent 2 JUN HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 2 JUN by Johno
Rose Listing Omission

New Look Rose - BRUNrose

The commercial release name for BRUNrose is 'New Look Rose'

Information provided on rose label:

“New Look Rose BRUNrose
A strong growing bush rose with beautiful soft apricot coloured flowers.
Centre petals retain a bud form as the outer petals open.
The unusual flower display will add interest to your garden or pot display in a full or part sun position.
1.5m X 1.5m”

I have uploaded a scan copy of the plant label to BRUNrose
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Reply #1 of 1 posted 2 JUN by Patricia Routley
Thank you Johno. I have added ‘New Look Rose’ to BRUnrose. I do not know why your photo does not show in the rose’s File. It should be there - I see it in the new photos. Perhaps Admin can help here.
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PhotoDiscussion id : 116-745
most recent 27 MAY SHOW ALL
 
Initial post 15 MAY by AmiRoses
The correct color is orange and it is a Tea rose.
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Reply #1 of 6 posted 16 MAY by Give me caffeine
Colour is a bit variable, and not just orange, but I agree this photo does appear to be of a different rose.
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Reply #2 of 6 posted 17 MAY by Margaret Furness
It's some years since I visited the Trevor Griffiths Garden, but I got the impression that where a rose had died, its replacement wasn't necessarily what was on the master plan (and was often an Austin).
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Reply #3 of 6 posted 17 MAY by Give me caffeine
That makes sense. No idea what this one is, but it's very unlikely to be C-du-C.
(Although old roses can do extremely odd things at times with colour and form)
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Reply #4 of 6 posted 18 MAY by HubertG
It looks a little bit like 'Mrs R.M. Finch'.
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Reply #5 of 6 posted 23 MAY by Patricia Routley
The lady currently in charge of the Trevor Griffiths Garden has responded to an email from me:
“Our records show that the rose Comtesse du Cayla should be in bed number 2 at the Trevor Griffiths Rose Garden but due to the time of year I am unable to confirm if this is a match for the rose Johno posted. However all images I have found of Comtesse du Cayla do not match this image in anyway. I feel confident in saying this is not an image of Comtesse du Cayla. This being the case, I will have to do some checking next flowering season to confirm my thoughts. I appreciate the enquiry as it is also some help to me. It is very important to have a correct labelling system in place for these collections and I shall endeavour to work on correcting this.”

All we have to do is tell the public gardens that their labelling seems incorrect - and why we think so. They, like us, really do not want incorrectly named plants on their gardens.
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Reply #6 of 6 posted 27 MAY by Johno
I have checked my original photo stream. Two photos were taken plus label photos stating Comtesse du Carla, China 2002. Clearly the garden has incorrectly labelled the rose. I am in the process of deleting the photo. Many thanks to everyonefor pointing out the error. It is important that HMF is accurate.
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