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Initial post today by HubertG
Rose Listing Omission

Dr. John Laconte

From the Cox Seed co. catalogue for 1907, page 64:
Dr. John Laconte (T.) Color rich golden yellow shaded with copper; long pointed buds; very full in bloom; plant strong and vigorous. A wonderfully beautiful blended sort. Raised by Mr E. Gill, Berkeley, Cal.
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Reply #1 of 1 posted today by Patricia Routley
‘Dr. John Laconte’ added. Thanks HubertG
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Initial post today by roselover
Both of these photos of mine should be moved to Sutter’s Gold.
Joan Goff. If you let me know when it is done, I will post comments
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Reply #1 of 1 posted today by Patricia Routley
Joan, all members are able to move their own photos. Just open the photo, click on REASSIGN on the top left, type in Sutter’s Gold, and then I think the next step is CONTINUE. Voila - you will see the name at the top changed from Talisman to Sutters Gold, and you have done it.
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Initial post today by Nola Z5
Rogue Valley Roses lists Nahema as Zone 5.
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Initial post yesterday by Darrell
Why are Roselover's two photos contained under 'Talisman'?
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Reply #1 of 2 posted yesterday by Patricia Routley
I believe when she uploaded the photos in November 2014, she was under the impression they were ‘Sutter’s Gold’.
Later her comment on April 1, 2015 says ‘Talisman’, so it seems as though her photos were moved from wherever they originally were, to Talisman. (take a look at the comments attached to her photo with her grandson). Ideally she needs to correct the caption containing the ‘Sutter’s Gold’ words.
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Reply #2 of 2 posted today by roselover
When I posted the two photos of what I thought was Talisman in 2014, I had no idea this Rose was Sutter’s Gold. I even bought a talisman and planted it in my garden. But when it bloomed, it was not the rose two blocks away. I have a Sutter’s Gold plant, it has been a favorite of mine for over 25 years. This past year, I sent photos of this very large rose to a friend who is a well known Rosarians and can identify most roses. Right off the bat, he said Sutter’s Gold. By then, I was thinking the same from the fragrance and how it bloomed. It is the first rose to bloom in my garden and this year I had 4 bloom cycles. I then changed what I wrote about Talisman.
Joan Goff
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