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#1: Fair Bianca - David Austin Rose

Posted on 2006-06-17 06:31:33 by EV

I've had a Fair Bianca for over five years and, although it's a white
rose, the buds are always pinkish before they open. Sometimes the petals
have tiny pale pink streaks. But today I was surprised to notice a pink
bloom ... not pinkish ... but true pink, through and through.

Anyone have any idea how this can happen?

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#2: Re: Fair Bianca - David Austin Rose

Posted on 2006-06-17 13:56:26 by cybercat

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&gt; I've had a Fair Bianca for over five years and, although it's a white
&gt; rose, the buds are always pinkish before they open. Sometimes the petals
&gt; have tiny pale pink streaks. But today I was surprised to notice a pink
&gt; bloom ... not pinkish ... but true pink, through and through.
&gt;
&gt; Anyone have any idea how this can happen?
&gt;

Mine bloomed white for two years and is now quite pink. I grow it
on its own roots. Nice rose.



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#3: Re: Fair Bianca - David Austin Rose

Posted on 2006-06-17 17:01:52 by Gail Futoran

&quot;EV&quot; &lt;<a href="mailto:spam&#64;not.me" target="_blank">spam&#64;not.me</a>&gt; wrote in message news:<a href="mailto:449385A3.3F80D71F&#64;not.me..." target="_blank">449385A3.3F80D71F&#64;not.me...</a>
&gt; I've had a Fair Bianca for over five years and, although it's a white
&gt; rose, the buds are always pinkish before they open. Sometimes the petals
&gt; have tiny pale pink streaks. But today I was surprised to notice a pink
&gt; bloom ... not pinkish ... but true pink, through and through.
&gt;
&gt; Anyone have any idea how this can happen?

We just had a thread where we discussed
unexpected bloom colors on a rose bush. :)

One possibility: One of the parents of Fair Bianca
is perhaps a pink rose. Sometimes you'll get
throwbacks (there's probably a technical name) to
that parent. For example, I have a Bourbon
&quot;Variegata di Bologna&quot; which produces red and
white striped blooms. However, in recent years I've
been getting more and more solid dark pink blooms
in addition to the striped blooms. One of Variegata
di Bologna's parents has dark pink blooms.

Another, less friendly, possibility is reversion.
If your Fair Bianca is grafted (has a bud
union), it's possible the top, desirable part of
the plant (called the scion) is being replaced
by the hardier rootstock (below the bud union).
If your white blooms and pink blooms appear
on the *same* cane, it's not reversion, but
more likely the case I described above.

Third and probably most likely, as shown by
some of the photos of Fair Bianca at
www.helpmefind.com , Fair Bianca is described
as having blooms of &quot;white, near white, and white
blend&quot; - i.e. tinges of pink. Check out some of the
photos there. Perhaps your Fair Bianca is simply
doing it's &quot;thing&quot;.

And/or it could be cultural influences - soil pH,
temperature, etc. etc. Some roses seem more
sensitive to such effects in terms of the color
of blooms.

Gail
near San Antonio TX Zone 8 USA

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#4: Re: Fair Bianca - David Austin Rose

Posted on 2006-06-18 06:01:07 by EV

Gail Futoran wrote:

&gt; &quot;EV&quot; &lt;<a href="mailto:spam&#64;not.me" target="_blank">spam&#64;not.me</a>&gt; wrote in message news:<a href="mailto:449385A3.3F80D71F&#64;not.me..." target="_blank">449385A3.3F80D71F&#64;not.me...</a>
&gt; &gt; I've had a Fair Bianca for over five years and, although it's a white
&gt; &gt; rose, the buds are always pinkish before they open. Sometimes the petals
&gt; &gt; have tiny pale pink streaks. But today I was surprised to notice a pink
&gt; &gt; bloom ... not pinkish ... but true pink, through and through.
&gt; &gt;
&gt; &gt; Anyone have any idea how this can happen?
&gt;
&gt; We just had a thread where we discussed
&gt; unexpected bloom colors on a rose bush. :)

I haven't been around for a while. I'll check it out! :)

&gt;
&gt;
&gt; One possibility: One of the parents of Fair Bianca
&gt; is perhaps a pink rose. Sometimes you'll get
&gt; throwbacks (there's probably a technical name) to
&gt; that parent. For example, I have a Bourbon
&gt; &quot;Variegata di Bologna&quot; which produces red and
&gt; white striped blooms. However, in recent years I've
&gt; been getting more and more solid dark pink blooms
&gt; in addition to the striped blooms. One of Variegata
&gt; di Bologna's parents has dark pink blooms.
&gt;
&gt; Another, less friendly, possibility is reversion.
&gt; If your Fair Bianca is grafted (has a bud
&gt; union), it's possible the top, desirable part of
&gt; the plant (called the scion) is being replaced
&gt; by the hardier rootstock (below the bud union).
&gt; If your white blooms and pink blooms appear
&gt; on the *same* cane, it's not reversion, but
&gt; more likely the case I described above.

I just ran out into the night with a flashlight. The pinkie is on a cane with
normal blooms. Whew!

&gt;
&gt;
&gt; Third and probably most likely, as shown by
&gt; some of the photos of Fair Bianca at
&gt; www.helpmefind.com , Fair Bianca is described
&gt; as having blooms of &quot;white, near white, and white
&gt; blend&quot; - i.e. tinges of pink. Check out some of the
&gt; photos there. Perhaps your Fair Bianca is simply
&gt; doing it's &quot;thing&quot;.

Unfortunately this site doesn't work with my 'puter. I'll take some pics and
put them up on my page. Pure pink, and today I noticed another bud, on
another cane with normal blooms, that's also completely pink. If she wants to
be different, she should make pink blooms with white streaks. ;) I like the
colour.

&gt;
&gt;
&gt; And/or it could be cultural influences - soil pH,
&gt; temperature, etc. etc. Some roses seem more
&gt; sensitive to such effects in terms of the color
&gt; of blooms.

I'm betting it's the weather. We had a cold wet spring, followed by a
torrential heat wave at the end of May, followed by cool wet weather for
several weeks ... and now another heatwave.

Thanks for the info.

EV
southern Ontario, Zone 6a

&gt;
&gt;
&gt; Gail
&gt; near San Antonio TX Zone 8 USA

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#5: Re: Fair Bianca - David Austin Rose

Posted on 2006-06-18 06:06:24 by EV

cybercat wrote:

&gt; &quot;EV&quot; &lt;<a href="mailto:spam&#64;not.me" target="_blank">spam&#64;not.me</a>&gt; wrote in message news:<a href="mailto:449385A3.3F80D71F&#64;not.me..." target="_blank">449385A3.3F80D71F&#64;not.me...</a>
&gt; &gt; I've had a Fair Bianca for over five years and, although it's a white
&gt; &gt; rose, the buds are always pinkish before they open. Sometimes the petals
&gt; &gt; have tiny pale pink streaks. But today I was surprised to notice a pink
&gt; &gt; bloom ... not pinkish ... but true pink, through and through.
&gt; &gt;
&gt; &gt; Anyone have any idea how this can happen?
&gt; &gt;
&gt;
&gt; Mine bloomed white for two years and is now quite pink. I grow it
&gt; on its own roots. Nice rose.

I don't know whose roots mine is growing on. She came from Loblaws when they had a
few of her kind one year. Bianca smells great, sweet, but lighter and less musky
than Evelyn. No rose perfume can match the scent of a fresh bloom.

EV

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#6: Re: Fair Bianca - David Austin Rose

Posted on 2006-06-20 23:45:14 by Gail Futoran

&quot;EV&quot; &lt;<a href="mailto:spam&#64;not.me" target="_blank">spam&#64;not.me</a>&gt; wrote in message news:<a href="mailto:4494D001.77717DEB&#64;not.me..." target="_blank">4494D001.77717DEB&#64;not.me...</a>
&gt; Gail Futoran wrote:
&gt;
&gt;&gt; &quot;EV&quot; &lt;<a href="mailto:spam&#64;not.me" target="_blank">spam&#64;not.me</a>&gt; wrote in message news:<a href="mailto:449385A3.3F80D71F&#64;not.me..." target="_blank">449385A3.3F80D71F&#64;not.me...</a>
&gt;&gt; &gt; I've had a Fair Bianca for over five years and, although it's a white
&gt;&gt; &gt; rose, the buds are always pinkish before they open. Sometimes the
&gt;&gt; &gt; petals
&gt;&gt; &gt; have tiny pale pink streaks. But today I was surprised to notice a pink
&gt;&gt; &gt; bloom ... not pinkish ... but true pink, through and through.
&gt;&gt; &gt;
&gt;&gt; &gt; Anyone have any idea how this can happen?
&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt; We just had a thread where we discussed
&gt;&gt; unexpected bloom colors on a rose bush. :)
&gt;
&gt; I haven't been around for a while. I'll check it out! :)

Probably nothing in that thread that we haven't
already covered here. I found the coincidence
interesting. Maybe because of weird weather
more people are experiencing strange bloom
colors?

&gt;&gt; One possibility: One of the parents of Fair Bianca
&gt;&gt; is perhaps a pink rose. Sometimes you'll get
&gt;&gt; throwbacks (there's probably a technical name) to
&gt;&gt; that parent. For example, I have a Bourbon
&gt;&gt; &quot;Variegata di Bologna&quot; which produces red and
&gt;&gt; white striped blooms. However, in recent years I've
&gt;&gt; been getting more and more solid dark pink blooms
&gt;&gt; in addition to the striped blooms. One of Variegata
&gt;&gt; di Bologna's parents has dark pink blooms.
&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt; Another, less friendly, possibility is reversion.
&gt;&gt; If your Fair Bianca is grafted (has a bud
&gt;&gt; union), it's possible the top, desirable part of
&gt;&gt; the plant (called the scion) is being replaced
&gt;&gt; by the hardier rootstock (below the bud union).
&gt;&gt; If your white blooms and pink blooms appear
&gt;&gt; on the *same* cane, it's not reversion, but
&gt;&gt; more likely the case I described above.
&gt;
&gt; I just ran out into the night with a flashlight. The pinkie is on a cane
&gt; with
&gt; normal blooms. Whew!

Good!

&gt;&gt; Third and probably most likely, as shown by
&gt;&gt; some of the photos of Fair Bianca at
&gt;&gt; www.helpmefind.com , Fair Bianca is described
&gt;&gt; as having blooms of &quot;white, near white, and white
&gt;&gt; blend&quot; - i.e. tinges of pink. Check out some of the
&gt;&gt; photos there. Perhaps your Fair Bianca is simply
&gt;&gt; doing it's &quot;thing&quot;.
&gt;
&gt; Unfortunately this site doesn't work with my 'puter. I'll take some pics
&gt; and
&gt; put them up on my page. Pure pink, and today I noticed another bud, on
&gt; another cane with normal blooms, that's also completely pink. If she wants
&gt; to
&gt; be different, she should make pink blooms with white streaks. ;) I like
&gt; the
&gt; colour.

One of my favorite roses is a Hybrid Perpetual
called &quot;Vick's Caprice&quot;. Unfortunately it
doesn't do well for me. I just replaced it for
the third or fourth time. But I like it so much -
soft pinkish/lavender with cream stripes - that
I don't mind replacing it every two years or so.

&gt;&gt; And/or it could be cultural influences - soil pH,
&gt;&gt; temperature, etc. etc. Some roses seem more
&gt;&gt; sensitive to such effects in terms of the color
&gt;&gt; of blooms.
&gt;
&gt; I'm betting it's the weather. We had a cold wet spring, followed by a
&gt; torrential heat wave at the end of May, followed by cool wet weather for
&gt; several weeks ... and now another heatwave.

That could certainly do it.

Gail
near San Antonio TX Zone 8 USA

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#7: Re: Fair Bianca - David Austin Rose

Posted on 2006-06-22 08:50:17 by EV

Gail Futoran wrote:

&gt; &quot;EV&quot; &lt;<a href="mailto:spam&#64;not.me" target="_blank">spam&#64;not.me</a>&gt; wrote in message news:<a href="mailto:4494D001.77717DEB&#64;not.me..." target="_blank">4494D001.77717DEB&#64;not.me...</a>
&gt; &gt; Gail Futoran wrote:
&gt; []
&gt;
&gt; One of my favorite roses is a Hybrid Perpetual
&gt; called &quot;Vick's Caprice&quot;. Unfortunately it
&gt; doesn't do well for me. I just replaced it for
&gt; the third or fourth time. But I like it so much -
&gt; soft pinkish/lavender with cream stripes - that
&gt; I don't mind replacing it every two years or so.

Sounds beautiful. Is it scented?

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#8: Re: Fair Bianca - David Austin Rose

Posted on 2006-06-27 03:37:10 by Gail Futoran

&quot;EV&quot; &lt;<a href="mailto:spam&#64;not.me" target="_blank">spam&#64;not.me</a>&gt; wrote in message news:<a href="mailto:449A3DA6.1627A852&#64;not.me..." target="_blank">449A3DA6.1627A852&#64;not.me...</a>
&gt; Gail Futoran wrote:
&gt;
&gt;&gt; &quot;EV&quot; &lt;<a href="mailto:spam&#64;not.me" target="_blank">spam&#64;not.me</a>&gt; wrote in message news:<a href="mailto:4494D001.77717DEB&#64;not.me..." target="_blank">4494D001.77717DEB&#64;not.me...</a>
&gt;&gt; &gt; Gail Futoran wrote:
&gt;&gt; []
&gt;&gt;
&gt;&gt; One of my favorite roses is a Hybrid Perpetual
&gt;&gt; called &quot;Vick's Caprice&quot;. Unfortunately it
&gt;&gt; doesn't do well for me. I just replaced it for
&gt;&gt; the third or fourth time. But I like it so much -
&gt;&gt; soft pinkish/lavender with cream stripes - that
&gt;&gt; I don't mind replacing it every two years or so.
&gt;
&gt; Sounds beautiful. Is it scented?

Very light scent.

Gail

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