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Re: Rose labeling and Playboy

Personally, I like other strong colors with orange, hot pink, red, purple,
but then I'm into the bold look. ;-) the scent is good for Playboy. It's
been a while since I've smelled it, but around here the humidity and heat
make everything smell stronger. I'll have to get over to my friend's house
and check it out.

Andrea H
Beaufort, SC

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Melody" <mhobertm@excite.com>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Wednesday, April 14, 2004 1:03 AM
Subject: Re: [CHAT] Rose labeling and Playboy

> Andrea: Even to one who is less than thrilled with orange colors in my
> garden, that is a beautiful rose...very striking in it's coloration.
> What is it's scent like? That is one of the reasons I like DD so
> much...a strong, lovely rose scent is probably the most important
> quality I look for in roses after disease resistance. Also, what plants
> would look well with such a strong orange color? I will definitely keep
> this one in mind for when I am back to buying plants instead of just
> moving around what I've already got. :-)
> Melody, IA (Z 5/4)
> "The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious."
> --Albert Einstein
>  --- On Tue 04/13, Andrea H < hodgesaa@islc.net > wrote:
> From: Andrea H [mailto: hodgesaa@islc.net]
> To: gardenchat@hort.net
> Date: Tue, 13 Apr 2004 20:40:13 -0400
> Subject: Re: [CHAT] Rose labeling and Playboy
> Kitty-I agree with Melody on the labeling. Also, if you had a marker
> (sign)<br>large enough you could do a little explanation that there are
> 2 Peace roses,<br>one tea, one climber, just for info
> purposes.<br><br>Melody-have you ever seen a Playboy rose? Absolutely,
> truly, amazingly,<br>stunning. To me it makes Double Delight look dull.
> I don't actually have<br>one, a friend does but we are trying to get
> some cuttings going. My other<br>favorite is Climbing Joseph's
> Coat.<br>Andrea H<br>Beaufort, SC<br><br><br>----- Original Message
> ----- <br>From: "Melody" <mhobertm@excite.com><br>To:
> <gardenchat@hort.net><br>Sent: Tuesday, April 13, 2004 1:29
> AM<br>Subject: RE: [CHAT] Rose name<br><br><br>> Kitty: If it were me, I
> would list it as: Rosa 'Peace' (climber). As you<br>> probably know,
> roses are frequently sorted as hybrid teas, floribundas,<br>>
> grandifloras, shrub, etc. with one of the categories being
> climbers.<br>> Just out of curiosity, do you classify all the roses? So
> that the<br>> regular Peace rose would read Rosa 'Peace' (hybrid tea)?
> Wow--that is a<br>> tremendous amount of work. BTW, this is one of my
> favorite roses (along<br>> with Double Delight).<br>><br>><br>><br>>
> Melody, IA (Z 5/4)<br>><br>> "The most beautiful thing we can experience
> is the mysterious."<br>> --Albert Einstein<br>><br>> --- On Mon 04/12,
> Kitty < kmrsy@comcast.net > wrote:<br>> From: Kitty [mailto:
> kmrsy@comcast.net]<br>> To: gardenchat@hort.net<br>> Date: Mon, 12 Apr
> 2004 18:45:48 -0500<br>> Subject: [CHAT] Rose name<br>><br>> I'm working
> on the plant names list for our Display Gardens and need<br>>
> some<br>help from the rosarians on the list.<br>One garden said they
> are<br>> using Rosa 'Peace', a climbing rose. 'Peace' is<br>one that I
> do know<br>> and it is a hybrid tea rose - a 4 footer. So I
> googled<br>around and<br>> found there is a climbing version of this
> same hybrid tea rose.<br>But<br>> it doesn't seem that anyone can agree
> on the name or that<br>> everyone<br>agrees on one name to cover both
> roses. I have found it<br>>
> listed variously<br>as:<br>Rosa 'Peace'<br>Rosa 'Peace<br>>
> climber'<br>Climbing Peace Rose<br>Peace Rose<br><br>So, does
> anyone<br>> know how this rose should be listed correctly
> botanically<br>while still<br>> conveying that there is a difference
> between the hybrid tea and<br>the<br>> hybrid tea climber that both use
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