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Ingrid ™ rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Mander, George
The RED at times is really, really dark and almost black. It all depends if sunshine or cloudy.
Ingrid ™ rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Mander, George
This bloom from a NEW own-root cutting started 9 weeks ago in the basement under grow lights. Maybe my BEST shot of this rose so far. Taken with flash inside. -- Day 3 --
Ingrid ™ rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Mander, George
A really good closeup! It's October 8th. and still lots of blooms as we only had a few days of rain since July. This is not typical west coast weather as in most years we have lots of rain in Sept. already.
Ingrid ™ rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Mander, George
This photo taken by my son with the 8.0 Digital Canon. It is not far enough open to show its good centre & form. Photo credit : Mike Mander
Ingrid ™ rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Mander, George
This is the same bloom as the image two to the right, but taken from a different angle and a day earlier. -- day 2 --
Ingrid ™ rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Mander, George
It is now Sept. 11th and our growing season in Canada will be over in early October. This photo is showing a mature plant of the “Ingrid” rose. Notice how clean and shiny the foliage is. This rose may turn out to be “BETTER” than my BEST so far, the mini “Glowing Amber”. Will take more photos when all the blooms are open.
Ingrid ™ rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Mander, George
This photo taken in full sun. The yellow does not come out too clear on this one.
Ingrid ™ rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Mander, George
My first rooting experiments with this new Mini-Flora. Temperature during the first 25 days was kept at a steady 72 to 74 F. until transplanting. Note : Any long roots, or those growing around in circles already are cut “OFF” before transplanting which helps to make many new fine hair-roots. Now see next image taken 5 days later.
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