A path to new roses.....
Beautiful babies Jim. My seedlings aren't far behind yours. Such an exciting time of year!
Thank you Joseph! It is such a wonderful time of the year. I especially love seeing the brand new never before seen blooms!
There are some real beauties there, Jim! Congratulations! I find the bottom right one particularly striking.
Thank you Kim! All of these survived greenhouse culling and are potted up outside and should start blooming by this time next month. I will try to repeat the collage with photos of outdoor blooms.
Wow, wish I had the capability to sow roses like you, but I am to sloppy. I love to see how they thrive in the coming time. Lots of succes, Groetjes,Hetty
Thank you Hetty! I hope that you are also planting rose seeds. It's okay not to keep records and just see what you get!
You have some beauties there. I like them all.
Only indirectly related, but having read some posts of your on rosebreeders.org you mention you heavily cull for powdery mildew, I also read another thread that fragrance and powdery mildew may be connected (but didn't seem to be a universal opinion)....so I'm wondering given you're heavy selection against powdery mildew do you have many fragrant results?
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