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Old Blush rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Mingwei
2019-04-06 A plant grown by my neighbour in Shanghai, China. It has grown here for decades with almost no care. Bloom very early in spring. The flowers in early spring and late autumn/winter is large,double,light pink while ones in hot weather is much smaller with deeper color. Pleasant, sweet scent.
Uploaded 27 FEB
Old Blush rose photo
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Rose photo courtesy of Aurelija D.
In my garden, the Netherlands, June 2019.
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Uploaded 3 JUN
Old Blush rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Mingwei
2019-04-06 A plant grown by my neighbour in Shanghai, China. It has grown here for decades with almost no care. Bloom very early in spring. The flowers in early spring and late autumn/winter is large,double,light pink while ones in hot weather is much smaller with deeper color. Pleasant, sweet scent.
Uploaded 27 FEB
Old Blush rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Aurelija D.
In my garden, the Netherlands, June 2019.
Uploaded 3 JUN
Parsons' Pink China rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of jedmar
From "Roses" by H. C. Andrews, fasc. 4, ca. 1806, tab. 66 Courtesy of Archive.org
Uploaded 2 JAN
Old Blush rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of CybeRose
Dubois A, Remay A, Raymond O, Balzergue S, Chauvet A, Maene M, et al. (2011) Genomic Approach to Study Floral Development Genes in Rosa sp. PLoS ONE 6(12): e28455.  Sections of floral meristem and young flower buds (Figure 1A, g–k) were used to define the floral organogenesis steps in R. chinensis cv. Old Blush. Five morphologically distinct developmental stages were easily distinguished under a dissecting microscope. At flower development stage 1, the floral bud is surrounded by bracts, the floral meristem is flat and five sepal primordia are visible. Floral organs subsequently form following a radial gradient so that the most external organs are the more differentiated. At stage 2, petal primordia are apparent on the flank of the hypanthium. At development stage 3 stamens primordia appear on the flank of the hypanthium while petal primordia continue developing. At stage 4, carpel primordia are the last organs that appear in the center of the hypanthium, while the other organs continue developing. At stage 5, all floral organs are apparent, and the hypanthium starts to sink below the perianth and stamens. During the onward development stages the hypanthium continues to form and the flower becomes clearly visible (Figure 1 B). The four types of floral organs continue developing and flowers start opening (VP stage for visible petals) (Figure 1 B). Then the flower fully opens (OF stage for open flower), and finally senesces (SF stage for senescing flowers).
Uploaded 8 MAY
Old Blush rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Sbaham
Louisiana Spring, 2019
Uploaded 14 NOV
Blush China rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Andrew from Dolton
My garden, 24/4/19.
Uploaded 29 APR
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