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'Aimee Vibert'

Posted by jerijen Sunset Z24 (My Page) on
Wed, Aug 15, 12 at 15:28

One of the "Legacy" roses, from the Historic Sacramento City Cemetery. Simply delightful.

Jeri
Coastal Ventura Co., SoCal


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RE: 'Aimee Vibert'

it is, isn't it.....and, thankfully, I have it!


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RE: 'Aimee Vibert'

Oh, fortunate person!
I really love it!

Jeri


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RE: 'Aimee Vibert'

  • Posted by seil z6b MI (My Page) on
    Wed, Aug 15, 12 at 18:55

That's lovely, Jeri, look at all those buds!


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RE: 'Aimee Vibert'

  • Posted by fogrose zone 10/sunset 17 (My Page) on
    Thu, Aug 16, 12 at 0:12

Oh dear, I'm envious Jeri. I got a band from Vintage awhile back but it didn't like me and departed.

Diane


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RE: 'Aimee Vibert'

What a wonderful photo, Jeri!

I'm wondering if anyone here has ever had the opportunity to compare plants of 'Aimee Vibert', 'Annie Vibert' and 'Mlle Blanche Lafitte'? Photos and descriptions of those 3 at HMF look/sound quite similar to me.


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RE: 'Aimee Vibert'

The Sacramento City Cemetery has both roses. From seeing both grown there I would say that Mlle Blanche Lafitte (a rose I would like to grow) is a far taller plant.

The foliage of the two cultivars is not the same.
Aimee's blooms are somewhat larger, tho similar in appearance, but Blanche's can be a nice soft pink.
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Diane -- Try again.
Maybe, we can get the Cemetery folks to propagate theirs.
Maybe, DH can propagate ours. which is the cemetery clone. We do propagate for distribution in this general area, usually through Ventura Co. Rose Society.

Jeri


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