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'Elina ®' rose Reviews & Comments
Discussion id : 44-146
most recent 12 FEB SHOW ALL
Initial post 24 APR 10 by newtie
Here in the lower half of zone 8, in humid and hot Southern Mississippi this rose performs as well or better than any of the 100+ roses in my garden. It should be considered to be among the best hybrid Teas available today. It is extremely vigorous, well clothed with healthy foliage, and I have never had to spray it during the growing season in the three years it has been in my garden. The long stems make it excellent for cutting. It one of a very few hybrid teas that make good landscape plants because of its healthy foliage. After three years it is 5 feet tall and 3 feet wide. The only reason I can think of for anyone not liking this rose is because they don't like the rather stiff and formal hybrid tea bloom compare to the less formal bloom of old garden roses. In summary, and in my personal opinion, Elina could fairly be considered to be the best hybrid tea introduced to date.
Reply #1 of 8 posted 24 APR 10 by HMF Admin
Thanks so much for sharing your experience. Now get your camera out !

Thanks again.
Reply #2 of 8 posted 12 FEB by newtie
I tried to up load some photos. And they seemed to upload and then disappear into the ether. I'm having trouble understanding the the directions I guess. And I can't figure out what that list thing does. or how it interacts with the photos. Oh well. I can't figure out how to see the photos even if they did upload. so I guess it doesn't matter.
When I click on "photos" I see a message that says "We didn't find any photos meeting your list option selections." I tried all the list option selections one by one but got the same message. Apparently I'm too dumb to figure this site out. I think I'll give up.
Reply #3 of 8 posted 12 FEB by jedmar
There are 4 garden photos on your member page, but none of 'Elina'
Reply #7 of 8 posted 12 FEB by newtie
I have some somewhere I am certain, but still struggling to figure out to work the uploading.
Reply #8 of 8 posted 12 FEB by Jay-Jay
Sent You a comment on Your own account name.
Reply #4 of 8 posted 12 FEB by Jay-Jay
Maybe You should try to post the photo's one by one... or per two, for there is a maximum that one might upload in one processing sequence.
Reply #5 of 8 posted 12 FEB by newtie
actually I did post them one at a time. And someone else said they could see them on my member page. I still can't figure out How I can see them. But I'll keep trying. If I can figure out how this software works, i'll post many more photos.
Reply #6 of 8 posted 12 FEB by newtie
OK I just figured it out! I have to go to the List thingy and choose Member photo or garden photos or something like that. I'm pre email so I'm still confused when photo of member, or member photo, doesn't mean "photo of member", it means photos submitted by member, or member's photos. It's my own fault I have not kept up with the new English. It is an evolving language, and I need to get with it! I can upload more photos now. Thanks everyone.

Now I am stuck on "Member Phoro" and when you mouse over this the box below it says up load your photo of this member. Which is NOT what I want to do. Very frustrating. I notice the the back function takes you back, but then you can't go back to where you were once you use back. I'll get the hang of it eventually. Willing to put up with the software because there are no ads, which is nice!

I'll keep fiddling.
Discussion id : 107-216
most recent 29 DEC 17 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 29 DEC 17 by Unregistered Guest
Available from - Burlington Rose Nursery
Discussion id : 87-893
most recent 16 SEP 15 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 16 SEP 15 by Michael Garhart
Mine hit 8' tall again this year. I cut it to 2.5' every year. It never stops blooming, even in 100 degree weather.

Maybe I have a mutant, but its on steroids. It came from Pickering, on a multiflora grafted.
Discussion id : 56-577
most recent 9 AUG 11 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 9 AUG 11 by Simon Voorwinde
Cuttings formed thick callouses in 14 days! Easy to strike from cuttings.
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