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"McBride Plot" rose Reviews & Comments
Discussion id : 114-896
most recent 13 JAN 19 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 13 JAN 19 by AquaEyes
The link for the article on this rose within the references is incorrect. Could it please be changed to the link below? Thanks in advance.

Reply #1 of 1 posted 13 JAN 19 by Patricia Routley
Discussion id : 98-440
most recent 9 APR 17 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 8 APR 17 by AquaEyes
This rose is frequently referred to as "The Rose of Many Names", or its acronym TROMN, on the Antique Roses Forum. Could they be added as synonyms, so that finding its information here would be easier than knowing one of its many "names"?

Thanks in advance.


Reply #1 of 1 posted 9 APR 17 by HMF Admin
We've added 'The Rose of Many Names'
Discussion id : 71-221
most recent 31 MAR 17 SHOW ALL
Initial post 26 APR 13 by Rupert, Kim L.
The rose was a gift from Mel Hulse of The San Jose Heritage Rose Garden some years ago. Reportedly, it was collected from the grave of Sam Hill.
Reply #1 of 1 posted 31 MAR 17 by Jeri Jennings
Pretty sure "Requa Plot" is the same rose. I grew several of whatever this is, including Requa . . .
Discussion id : 82-571
most recent 19 JAN 15 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 19 JAN 15 by Patricia Routley
In Western Australia I have what seems a very similar rose to these American foundlings. But I just cannot see enough from the photos to judge if it may be the same. HelpMefind really needs more identifying photos of
1. Pedicel
2. Receptacle - showing glands or no.
3. Buds - in various stages
4. Sepals - the normal if known (mine have been very foliacious at times)
5. Stipule - if possible showing glandular or not, stalked or not.

I'll try to get around to putting my foundling into HelpMefind soon. It's name is "Eileen Giblett's No. 15".
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