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Post by Guest on 22nd April 2011, 14:32

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Post by rosemeadow on 22nd April 2011, 15:39

They look great !

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Post by Guest on 26th April 2011, 15:46

Update


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Post by Admin on 26th April 2011, 15:52

Can't beat a good rugosa that's for sure Thumbsup

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Post by Alee on 26th April 2011, 17:11

Graham Thomas X Shiro - very pretty. Looks like flowers made from sea shells

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Post by Guest on 26th April 2011, 17:26

Thanks


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Post by Guest on 26th April 2011, 17:59

simon pace


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Post by Admin on 26th April 2011, 18:43

Rampant growth says straight rugosa to me. So far all the growth on the rugosa x moderns I done have also been slow and runty. Paul Barden id trying rugosa x rugosa crosses at the moment to see if he can get around this rugosa x modern problem. Get 'Ann Endt too, Warren. It's seedlings take off like that when put in the ground. Like there's no holding them back! Have these ones shown any inclination to sucker yet?

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Post by Guest on 26th April 2011, 18:50

These


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Post by Admin on 26th April 2011, 19:56

I reckon some new really nice ones could be made with 'Martin Frobisher' and 'Schneezwerg'... another two roses on my wish list. And I'm going to keep trying until I get 'Pink Grootendorst' to work.. even if it kills me. I've just ordered 'Freycinet' from Treloars and will be using it myself this coming season if it flowers for me.


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Post by Guest on 26th April 2011, 20:21

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