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Discussion id : 113-178
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Initial post yesterday by Geoffrey
An update: Niels Dines Poulsen (1919-2003)
Reply #1 of 1 posted yesterday by Patricia Routley
Thank you Geoffrey. Noted.
Discussion id : 113-046
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Initial post 10 days ago by johannes plesner
Many years ago, I made a fleeting acquaintance with a hybrid tea rose that has haunted me since. It was light cream coloured with a bit of a blush at the tips of the petals, and had a strong beautiful scent with a hint of vanilla. The name I have forgotten except that it was (I think) Madame, a very specifically French first name and a definitely German surname, something like Francoise Meyer or Mireille Schmidt. Can anyone help?
Reply #1 of 2 posted 10 days ago by HubertG
Mme Louis Lens?? Mme Gustave Metz??
Reply #2 of 2 posted 9 days ago by Patricia Routley
Johannes, can you be more specific on "many years ago"? Before 1982, 1976, or 1953 for example? It means we can ignore many of the later possibilities.
Discussion id : 113-010
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Initial post 12 days ago by Lujan
I love this site It is very useful for me &my friends
Thank you
Maria L juan RR Santarelli
Reply #1 of 1 posted 12 days ago by Patricia Routley
Sp good to get thanks Lujan. We all love it too.
Discussion id : 112-862
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Initial post 2 SEP by Philip_ATX
See You (R) in purple, a rose introduction from Kordes, might be worth adding to the database. It is a hulthemia type which Kordes has introduced (in Europe, at least) and is thus is presumably a plant of very good to excellent health.
Reply #1 of 1 posted 2 SEP by Patricia Routley
Many thanks Philip_ATX. 'See You in Purple' added.
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