Making the Two-Year In-the-Ground Cut

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JohnJel
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Location: Zone 7, Mid-Coastal Oregon, Willamette Valley, Gladstone, OR

Making the Two-Year In-the-Ground Cut

Post: # 60378Post JohnJel
Thu May 07, 2015 4:10 pm

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Making the Two-Year In-the-Ground Cut


13A-13 Jelinek

5-1/2” yellow high-centered bloom. Disease and mildew resistance. Good fragrance. Wintered over in the ground for one year. 2-1/2 ft x 2 ft wide bush. Off to a vigorous start this year.

I just dumped two other two-year olds that didn’t make the grade for disease resistance. This one has glossy, healthy dark green foliage.

Radiant Perfume GR, Medium Yellow, 2005 Zary X 10G-06 Jelinek CL, Heavenly Heights, unregistered. Heavenly Heights is being independently evaluated.

10G-06 comes from 22C-03 Jelinek Apricot Cream X 17A-03 Jelinek Cl Reach for the Skies, unregistered. A number of people have requested seeds and cuttings from Reach for the Skies, and the seeds have sprouted.

22C-03 came from Tournament of Roses X Fragrant Plum
17A-03 CL came from Lilian Austin X Summer Wine Cl.
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[color=#0000BF]John Jelinek, Gladstone, Oregon
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david mears
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Re: Making the Two-Year In-the-Ground Cut

Post: # 60382Post david mears
Thu May 07, 2015 6:37 pm

Well done John, does it keep that fantastic color as it ages ?. The foliage is to die for.

JohnJel
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Re: Making the Two-Year In-the-Ground Cut

Post: # 60383Post JohnJel
Thu May 07, 2015 11:16 pm

Hello David! We'll be checking to see if this bloom fades in the next few days. It doesn't look like it will. If it takes after 10G-06, it might turn out to be a vigorous climber.
[color=#0000BF]John Jelinek, Gladstone, Oregon
Zone 7 Mid-Coastal Oregon, Willamette Valley[/color]

andre carl
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Location: Des Moines, Iowa

Re: Making the Two-Year In-the-Ground Cut

Post: # 60387Post andre carl
Fri May 08, 2015 10:35 am

Oh wow! If you happen to collect some pollen off of it please let me know if you will be able to send some out. I think I may have a few cold hardy varieties that I might want to try that one on. That is some of the best foliage I have seen. Congrats!

Andre

Rob Byrnes
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Re: Making the Two-Year In-the-Ground Cut

Post: # 60388Post Rob Byrnes
Fri May 08, 2015 7:39 pm

Love the color John!
Rob Byrnes

Historic Village of Roebling, NJ Zone 7a
On the right bank of the Delaware River

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