Monday, May 18, 2009

Hybrid Tea Rose


Hybrid Tea Rose
Rosa 'Abbaye de Cluny'
(RO-zuh)

This rose was blooming at the nursery. It is a large wholesale/retail grower of annuals but they have a few roses. The weather yesterday was as it has been, crummy. This flower caught my eye and was literally glowing even in the low light of a drizzly morning.

These pictures are different then 99% of the photos on digital flower pictures.com because I used the flash. Normally if there is anything that can be done not to use the flash I will try it that way first.


There were a lot of nice flowers for sale and we got the 18 dozen salmon pink Impatiens, petunias and verbena and a bunch of other stuff. The Impatiens are for a big necklace around a Rhododendron hedge. The nursery was growing like 12 varieties (maybe more) of the Fiesta series of Double Impatiens; we got ‘Ole Salmon’. There are still a lot of plants to be procured and there are a couple more nurseries I want to go to.

About 'Abbaye de Cluny' hybrid tea rose. The colors are fantastic and the flowers are pretty huge. Meilland roses bred it in 1993.

Registration name: MEIbrinpay
Parentage: Seed: ‘Just Joey’. Pollen: ‘Louis de Fun├Ęs’ × ‘MEInarual
Height: 32" to 39"
Petal Count: 25 to 40
Scent: Mild

4 comments:

Greyscale Territory said...

These photos detail the deep beauty of the tea rose and the touch of water adds that lastlittle bit of magic! Gorgeous!

ButterYum said...

Oh my... these rose photos are absolutely breath taking!

Tulip said...

pretty peach roses. great entry.

Misti said...

I'm not a flash person either, but you can't tell with this photo and it looks great!