All The Roses (Part 4)

The "G"s.  Tired of my roses yet, Alan?

'Gardens Of The World' (My orange color sport of it, actually.  The original is magenta and white; the sport is orange and white.)
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'Gemini'

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'Gene Boerner'

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'Geranium Red'
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'George Burns'
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'Glamis Castle'
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'Gloire de Dijon'
Rosa 'Gloire de Dijon'

'Glowing Peace'
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'Gold Medal'
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'Golden Buddha'
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'Golden Celebration'
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'Gourmet Popcorn'
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Comments

  1. Your roses are incredibly beautiful, that first one looks unreal, like a true painting. And the one with a lot of flowers, marvelous!

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  2. Not even close! It seemed from reading your posts that I never noticed you talking about the same rose twice. I thought that was just my poor memory, but maybe not. You have far, far more rose varieties than I ever imagined!

    Do all of these bloom at different times so that you always have roses in flower, or is there a particular month when *everything* is blooming, then dead periods?

    Also, when you add new roses (and I'm pretty sure you still do), how do you choose? You seem to have the whole spectrum of color, size, vigor, etc. covered already.

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    1. Always flowers now that they are well established, though February is when most of them are cut back, so it's a bit thin then. New ones...some just seem irresistible! I usually do not buy new-new releases, rather I wait a year or two and see what the buzz is like.

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  3. Hoovb, I don't know about Alan, but I am certainly not tired of your roses ;-)! They are all beautiful, but 'Gene Boerner' is absolutely magnificent. I also especially like 'Golden Celebration' and 'Golden Buddha'. Keep them coming, please!
    Christina

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  4. What a great post to enjoy on this Winter's day... I have been busy with some decorating and craft projects this week and behind on reading my emails and posts. So glad I stopped in to enjoy your site!

    Thanks for sharing!
    God bless....Brooke

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  5. Wow! Roses year round and hardy aloes and agaves? I'm ready to move! Simply beautiful as always.

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  6. You should post that picture of Gene Boerner on the GW "what rose would look good cascading over a wall" thread! I love all your roses. Waiting for the "P"s!

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    1. "P"s are on the way...Gene actually doesn't cascade, he was just overloaded in that photo.

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  7. I am not tired of your roses either!!
    Loved 'George Burns' and 'Glamis Castle' Can't wait for the next chapter :-)

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  8. Your George Burns roses are so colorful! I have long wanted Glamis Castle in my garden. Gemini is a favorite in our garden too!

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    1. 'Gemini' seems to be a good performer in many areas--the mark of a good rose.

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