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Cristina Macleod
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Initial post 22 DEC 11 by rafael maino
Does anyone know this rose I found abandoned in an old farm in Bariloche, Patagonia, Argentina, bloom only once, spring-summer, look like Alba, or Gallica, or Damask??, 6-7 cm.diameter, fragrant, and totally healthy, she grows and flower at the worst conditions. Now she grows in my garden and she look so happy!!
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Reply #1 of 7 posted 8 MAY 12 by Grntrz5
Rafael, does this rose re-bloom? From your pictures it looks thornless at the top and very thorny on the lower canes. Your rose looks very similar to Therese Bugnet. That rose has fall color, does your's change in cooler weather?

I had just visited someone else's garden and saw a "Therese Bugnet" that stood just over 5 feet, you might have better growing conditions than we have, but take a look at some other pictures of "Therese Bugnet" here at HMF, or online. Those red-brown canes and that lilac-pink color of the blooms looks so similar. Hope you can figure out your unknown rose.
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Reply #3 of 7 posted 5 JUL 12 by rafael maino
It flowers only once, mid summer, and it is very different to T. Bugnet, that I have it, it have not rugosa leaves, it look more like an Alba, so the prickles and the way that grows the canes
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Reply #2 of 7 posted 5 JUL 12 by Cristina Macleod 'Rose Garden
Hola Rafael,

Gallica, espinas muy grandes y el follaje no me parece.
Alba: el crecimiento generalmente es erguido y el follaje tiene tonalidad grisacea.
Pero de todos modos es una muy linda rosa.
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Reply #4 of 7 posted 5 JUL 12 by rafael maino
Hola Cristina, el crecimiento es erguido, en forma de mata, con ramas curvas, que llegan hasta 2m, los aculeos son parecidos a los de la alba 'Céleste', también sus hojas, de un verde grisaceo,(no tanto como 'Céleste') opaco, generalmente de 7 folíolos, en la fotos se ven más verdes (y algo cubiertos por las cenizas del volcán), voy a tratar de poner más fotos.
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Reply #5 of 7 posted 5 JUL 12 by rafael maino
¡Es una bella y muy noble rosa, resiste el abandono de años, muy vigorosa, y no la ataca ninguna enfermedad, y en el otoño sus hojas se vuelven amarillas antes de caer, eso también la asemeja a las Alba, y de un delicado perfume!!
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Reply #6 of 7 posted 27 JAN 14 by Patricia Routley
Photos reassigned to "Gelainia" as requested.
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Reply #7 of 7 posted 27 JAN 14 by rafael maino
Thank you Patricia
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most recent 15 APR 11 HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 15 APR 11 by Kay McIntosh
I have an Emanuel Rose (salmon pink) & I don't know whether it was because, when I was sick, my husband let it go, but it seems like a climbing rose now - should it be that way, or should I prune it down quite a lot.

Thanking you
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Reply #1 of 2 posted 15 APR 11 by Jay-Jay
A lot of Austin Roses behave like a climber and are even sold as such by Austin roses.
When You like this rose at its place as a climber.....why not.
When You like it better as a shrub....why not pruning it at the right moment (right after flowering) to its desired height.
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Reply #2 of 2 posted 15 APR 11 by Cristina Macleod 'Rose Garden
In the region of Argentina, where I live, David Austin roses tend to have a vigorous growth. The only reason why after each flowering I pruned them It´s because I like to smell their fragance and not mounted on a ladder.
Best regards
Cristina
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most recent 24 JAN 11 HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 24 JAN 11 by Tess Barbieri
Hello

Your photos are beautiful and what a lovely garden you have. I am a big fan of the rose General Gallieni and your picture of it is stunning. I wonder if you would be willing to send me an email of the picture.
I live in San Francisco and am a member of the SF Rose Society. I also volunteer and propagate roses for Strybing Arboretum in Golden Gate Park to help support the gardens. Needless to say, I am an avid rosarian and would really enjoy having a picture of one of this lovely rose.

Thank you for your consideration.

Sincerely

Tess Barbieri
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most recent 16 JUL 10 HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 16 JUL 10 by sebastien la juillarde goult
hello christina your garden it s amazing .this a very big and long job *** seb
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