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'Meifaissel' rose Reviews & Comments
Discussion id : 30-359
most recent 15 SEP 08 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 15 SEP 08 by Margaret Furness
I thought that new roses couldn't be given names of roses that were still in commerce, or the names of other plant species. I get the impression that big companies are on a different playing field.
Discussion id : 26-757
most recent 26 MAY 08 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 26 MAY 08 by sharon
Queen Mary 2 I ordered this rose on line from apparently a fradulent company who I found out later has "taken" many a rose lover. Do you have more than one "commercially available" source we can order this rose from?
Reply #1 of 2 posted 26 MAY 08 by Lyn G
Yes. To find out how to locate a source for a rose, click the blue "How Do I ..." button at the top of the page.

Reply #2 of 2 posted 26 MAY 08 by HMF Admin
Could you contact us privately about this company so we can watch for other messages about them.
Discussion id : 16-612
most recent 9 FEB 07 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 9 FEB 07 by Antonio Motta
the correct patent name,of this rose, is meifaissel

In Europe is:
GARDENIA meifaissel

Reply #1 of 1 posted 9 FEB 07 by Lyn G
Thank you. I have corrected the spelling error/typo.


Discussion id : 9-341
most recent 26 JUN 05 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 24 JUN 05 by Jean Marion
According to CRL code name is MEIfassel

According to - code name is MEIfaissel

According to HMF code name is MEIFAISSELL
Reply #1 of 1 posted 26 JUN 05 by Lyn G
The ARS is the international official registrar of roses and since the beginning of 2004 has been required to follow the "rules set forth by the International Code of Nomenclature for Clutivated Plants". You'll find this language at the top of the ARS registration page in the American Rose in issues where registrations are published. If the name of a rose is enclosed with single quotation marks, this is way of telling if a rose has been registered with the IRAR-R (The American Rose Society in its role as the International Registration Authority For Roses). To make this stand out even more on the rose page, we have used the IRAR-R name, enclosed it in single quotes and used all caps for the registration code.

All roses registered prior to 2004 follow the ARS rules that were in place at that time with the first three letters being all caps as a code as to who bred or owned the rose.

Seems like things just get a little more confusing as time goes on.


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