Any luck with Wasagaming?

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Re: Any luck with Wasagaming?

by mntlover » Sun Sep 15, 2019 1:17 pm

Thanks for the info. I guess I may try it for seed, but will focus on pollen. Leave out campfire as a mate.
I found it at a local nursery and didn't want to pass it up. Something about the thought of Bourbon rose with Rugosa and Woodsi?, Perhaps a different route than English Roses with cold Hardy ones. Anyway, surprised to find it in the States, so thought it would be fun to try. I'll keep an eye out for Charles Albenal (not sure how to spell).
Thanks again!
Oh yeah, any thoughts as to how you would go about using it if you were going to?
Duane

Re: Any luck with Wasagaming?

by donald_vancouver » Sat Sep 14, 2019 12:18 pm

This year I got about 18 seedlings from Wasagaming x Campfire- none had juvenile bloom and all were scrawny and mildewy. Pitched them. I have one seedling of Easy Going x Wasagaming that looks ok.

Re: Any luck with Wasagaming?

by henry kuska » Fri Sep 13, 2019 4:12 pm

I tried, but I was not successful.
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Any luck with Wasagaming?

by mntlover » Fri Sep 13, 2019 3:07 pm

Has anyone done well with this rose in breeding. I find the parentage interesting, as it accounts for the shape of the bloom, which I. Interested in. Wondering if it will help keep the form and fragrance I want while adding some cold hardiness.
Any luck recovering rebloom?
Thanks for input!
Duane

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