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the best orange and yellow bi-color roses

Posted by avalon2007 (My Page) on
Fri, Feb 13, 09 at 6:49

Gee, the orange rose thread was lotsa fun! I can't resist starting another one - any suggestions for true orange and yellow bicolor rose for my orange and yellow garden? I suspect that I will be planting more than one or two roses there...
thanks abunch,
Avalon


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Pat Austin for the win. :)


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  • Posted by hoovb z9 Southern CA (My Page) on
    Fri, Feb 13, 09 at 10:06

'Brass Band':
Brass Band


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WOW...That Brass Band is spectacular! Oh, if only I could grow a modern rose that size in zone 4!

Here's some pics of my orange-yellow blends from last summer. All this 'sunshine' sure helps with the winter blues!

Celeste

MORDEN SUNRISE....MY FAVORITE

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DREAM COME TRUE....

dream come true

BONANZA....

bonanza

RAINBOW NIAGARA....

rainbow niagara

TUSCAN SUN....

tuscan sun

ABOUT FACE....

about face

CINCO DE MAYO....

cinco de mayo

MARDI GRAS....

mardi gras

TOM BROWN....

tom brown

HALLOWEEN....

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PLAYGOLD, MINIATURE.....

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Gail, what are feeding that Brass Band??? It's gorgeous!
My faves:

Julie Newmar
Julie Newmar

Julie Newmar

Julie Newmar

Morden Sunrise
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Brass Band
Brass Band full size

Brass Band


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My choice would be an old tea rose, Rosette Delizy, which I think is incredibly beautiful, and which in my estimation no modern rose can touch in terms of beauty and lushness of coloring among the bicolored roses.


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Playboy and Westerland. If a very soft orange qualifies, I still love Folklore but for me if was a skyscraper rose just like Abe Lincoln. I have never grown it, but Pat Austin had vivid wonderful color even in the hot Texas sun. Gorgeous shrub. LOVE these colors@


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How about these grandifloras? The first is Caribbean.


Caribbean-2


This one does quite well for me, the always pretty Glowing Peace.


Glowing Peace-1


And the winner of the wow, the magnificent Boulie's Dream, which in this picture is a bit taller than me and flopped onto the bird feeder.


Boulie's Dream-6


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  • Posted by suzyr Zn. 9 Central,Cal. (My Page) on
    Sat, Feb 14, 09 at 2:14

Ok! I'll play, You know I have a orange yellow and red fence , I'll try to stick specifically to what you've asked for , note I do not have pastel roses in this area.

Leonidas trio!
Leonidas
Wild fire pair
Wildfire
Charisma
Charisma
Novelty 1
Novelty -had a hard time capturing color on this one looks pink but it isn't
Octoberfest
Octoberfest- this pic doesn't really do this rose justice when you see brite pics of this rose believe it! I had just moved this rose before the move the blooms positively glowed an had beautiful form.
any others I could recomend have red included in the colors.
SuzyQ


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Rainbow's End

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This was here when we bought our house. I've often wondered who it is. Regardless its a good bloomer and very healthy.

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A favorite of mine, Joseph's Coat

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Kate


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  • Posted by sachow 9a/ Sunset 14 San Jo (My Page) on
    Sun, Feb 15, 09 at 21:48

Perfect Moment is the perfect rose to grab your attention from across the yard.

Perfect Moment, April 29

Samina


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I don't have one yet, but my favorite is oranges n lemons


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My favorite orange & yellow HT last season was one that is relatively new to my garden -- 'Las Vegas'.


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how about bolchoi or condesa de sastago


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  • Posted by jont1 Midwest 5b/6a (My Page) on
    Wed, Feb 18, 09 at 4:05

Octoberfest, Oranges-N-Lemons, Dream Come True, and Autumn Splendor (mini-fl) are my favorite Orange blend roses.
John


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The mini Hot Tamale is nice. The old tea Clementina Carboneiri is another good one but tender.


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Thank you all so much for the wonderful photos and great suggestions. Based on appearance alone, I would have way too much trouble deciding which ones to get. I'll have to research them all to determine which ones can stand the climate here, so I suppose that will ultimately be the criterion that will gratefully take the decision out of my hands!
thanks again,
Avalon


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Kate, I think your middle rose is a Chihuly. I thought I posted with some pics here a couple days ago, but I don't see my post??? I'll try again.

I think Chihuky is just lovely, even though I don't relly like ornage roses, neither do i care for bi-colors. But this one is a beauty, and all the guys here love it, so it stays. Pretty clean and vigorous in its first year, too.


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Chihuly


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Yankee Doodle

The hybrid tea Yankee Doodle:


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