The first seedling is of a cross of L56-1 by a pink fragrant rugosa bred by Mr. Ralph Moore. He gave me cuttings of the rugosa pollen parent several years ago. L56-1 is a red single mini and was bred from 'Thrive!'. The seedling shown below is a very vigorous mini and has clean rugosa type foliage.
The next seedling is second generation from "Basye's Thornless" and has a smaller Hulthemia blotch. Another grandparent is 'Knock Out'. It is low on thorns, but not thornless and clean, but gets hints of blackspot. The coloring is more pronounced in the fall when the petals have darker edging.
The last photo is of a seedling that resulted from a cross between two of my Hulthemia seedlings. It opens white, but as the bloom ages, the white becomes pink.