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Initial post 12 NOV by AndrewBarocco
I have Mike's original notes and the correct parentage for Star of the Republic is:

Graham Thomas x Seedling of R. wichuriana thornless
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Reply #1 of 2 posted yesterday by Philip_ATX
Thanks, Andrew. I had been questioning this one. A first generation repeat bloomer from the Abyssinian rose species seems improbable, and I am only aware of one accession of this species domestically. (It hardly resembles the roses in the wilds of Somalia, but that could be attributed to a more amenable climate in CA.) I have been on a quest for sources.
Do you guys actually have a R. abyssinica in your program?
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Reply #2 of 2 posted today by jedmar
According to various references, Rosa abyssinica bloooms twice. We have added an extract from a detailes articel by Ivan Loette (2002) on this subject. The full article can be found with the link mentioned in the Notes.
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Initial post 10 MAY 20 by Cà Berta
in Barni's online catalogue it is on sale (code 1248 bare root, 71248 in pot) a rose named Serenata. The photo is the same of Arthur Rimbaud in Mailland online catalogue. Apparently, thus, Arthur Rimbaud in Italy was introduced by Barni with the name of Serenata!?1? https://shop.rosebarni.it/serenata~1248.html
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Reply #1 of 3 posted 10 MAY 20 by jedmar
Yes, same photo, same rose! we add 'Serenata' as a synonym. Thank you for the heads up.
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Reply #2 of 3 posted yesterday by Alain Meilland
Well, could you take it away please, because we never gave an authorization to Barni to do so and it is no longer on Barni's website.

Thanks
Matthias Meilland
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Reply #3 of 3 posted today by jedmar
Matthias, we have taken 'Serenata' away from the synonyms, but added a note of explanation, as there will have been buyers under that name.
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Initial post today by SoCal Coastal Rosarian
Rose Listing Omission

Scarlet Hanabi

On 1-13-2022, SoCal Coastal Rosarian submitted the description of a new rose, Scarlet Hanabi, a sport of Fourth of July, to HMF. I expected that a page would be created in HMF. In the past a page used to be created shortly following submission. So far no page has been created. The rose is listed in the Pending Roses section of Modern Roses. For reason(s) not known to me the rose has sat in that section for a couple of months. It would be greatly appreciated if a page could be created in HMF soon so photos, etc, can be added.
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Reply #1 of 1 posted today by jedmar
Juan, your post was two days ago. We are only a few honorary administrators and have our other lives too.
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Initial post today by zlesak
This is just a guess, but with the narrow flower buds and way the clusters of blooms are abundant and how they branch, I see a resemblance to 'Nastarana'. I wonder if it may be a volunteer seedling of 'Nastarana' crossed with something more cold hardy. This is just a guess admiring this rose for some time and appreciating its unique combination of characteristics. Do others think it shares some/enough unique similarities with 'Nastarana' for this to be a reasonable possibility?
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