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'Barn Dance' rose Reviews & Comments
Discussion id : 127-094
most recent 21 APR 21 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 20 APR 21
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Reply #1 of 3 posted 20 APR 21 by jedmar
The parents should both be tetraploid. Where do you have the info taht 'Barn Dance' is triploid?
Reply #2 of 3 posted 21 APR 21 by Michael Garhart
HORTSCIENCE 45(12):1779–1787. 2010.

Evaluation of Roses from the Earth-Kind Trials: Black Spot (Diplocarpon rosae Wolf) Resistance and Ploidy
Reply #4 of 3 posted 21 APR 21 by jedmar
Thank you, added the reference. However, triploid is still strange.
Reply #3 of 3 posted 21 APR 21 by Michael Garhart
I did notice 'Barn Dance' is significantly shorter and more compact than either parent, and especially Prairie Princess. The internode spacing is roughly the same as each parent, so there isnt much evidence than any semi-dwarfing from Fashion came through. In other words, a reduction in size is possible from the reduction of ploidy and recombination of triploidy factors from one parent or the other.
Discussion id : 8-436
most recent 7 MAY 05 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 7 MAY 05 by William Grant
The ovoid, pointed buds open to double (20-25petals), shallow cupped, 3-4 inch blooms. The abundant, leathery, medium-sized foliage is pale green, aging to dark green. The plants are winter hardy except in the coldest regions.
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