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'Bibernellrose' Reviews & Comments
Discussion id : 132-580
most recent 27 APR HIDE POSTS
Initial post 27 APR by Dane Germeys
bloom: once-blooming spring or summer is incorrect.
In Flanders, this rose blooms very early, from May on and can continue for a long period. In September-October, there often is a rebloom.
Prone to rust.
Discussion id : 64-974
most recent 30 JAN 20 SHOW ALL
Initial post 10 JUN 12 by SteffenAlbrecht
The description says "pink and yellow". But as all the photos show, this rose is white.
Reply #1 of 1 posted 30 JAN 20 by CybeRose
White is the typical color of the Scotch rose, but color variants turn up ... or so I've read.

Sabine (1822) gave an account of the origin of the first double Scotch roses in assorted colors.

I am indebted to Mr. ROBERT BROWN, one of the partners of the firm at the above period, for the following account of their origin. In the year 1793, he and his brother transplanted some of the wild Scotch Roses from the Hill of Kinnoul, in the neighbourhood of Perth, into their nursery garden: one of these bore flowers slightly tinged with red, from which a plant was raised, whose flowers exhibited a monstrosity, appearing as if one or two flowers came from one bud, which was a little tinged with red; these produced seed, from whence some semi-double flowering plants were obtained; and by continuing a selection of seed, and thus raising new plants, they in 1802 and 1803, had eight* good double varieties to dispose of; of these they subsequently increased the number, and from the stock in the Perth garden the nurseries both of Scotland and England were first supplied.
Discussion id : 112-507
most recent 1 AUG 18 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 1 AUG 18 by JasonSims1984
So this rose is very intriguing to me, as a tetraploid, with some limited rebloom genes. I kind of feel like DNA testing is in order to find out if it is in the background of fedtschenkoana and Harison's Yellow and not the other way around.

You know? I think ancient civilization sometimes discovers these things and then is given a lot of excess credit. Then we watch Ancient Aliens shows on TV and think our distant ancestors were geniuses. Nah, we are still building McDonalds and electing Donald Trump today. A lot of great thing are pretty much accidental.

No offense to anyone's political views. Donald Trump is plenty of fun to watch on TV. Hillary is a coockoo bird, too anyway.
Discussion id : 91-324
most recent 6 MAR 16 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 6 MAR 16 by true-blue
R. pimpinellifolia, Scotch/burnet rose, a low (50-100 cm high) or repent bush with white or cream flowers 40-50 mm in diameter; habitat: Azerbaijan (Ḵātamsāz, p. 44); it is also reported from Anatolia, the Caucasus, Ṭāleš (Lankarān), and Central Asia (Zieliński, pp. 11-12).
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