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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 3rd June 2011, 06:28

Just thought I would do the right thing and welcome you to our great forum. As you have posted I guess youu can get around it ok, if not just ask.
If you gett he chance come on in and tell us a bit about your rose addiction or if it is just starting, Regards David(roseman)
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Post by utumoa on 3rd June 2011, 18:40

thnx for the welcome. I live in the blue Mts and my roses thrive with little help from me. I love blue moon roses and have two standards which always delight me. I also have just had success with a pierre du ronsard [3rd attempt] so am quite chuffed wth myself. I have a collection of other roses which all flower prolificately so I am very lucky.
I find roses are exquisite and never cease to delight me with their intricate petal formations. Would love to get more involved in growing them but time is always an issue.
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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 3rd June 2011, 19:33

Can you list the other roses that you have, please.
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Post by OzRose on 3rd June 2011, 23:47

Hi there and welcome Utumoa from me here in W.A.
Roses are indeed the most delightful plants and very forgiving ones too.
Would like to hear about your roses and garden when you have the time.

cheers. Rosalie
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Post by utumoa on 4th June 2011, 13:04

I have a climber called pinkie which is bright and flowers like crazy; a coiple of Cecil de Brunners which are so delicate. The usual suspects eg peace, mr Lincoln and a collection of shrubs varying in colour from pale pink to cerise to blood red. these were in the garden when I bought the house. I also have a very old pink rose, again don't know it's name, but it is about 2 and half metres tall with a trunk as wide as my wrist. It flowers with one show having very long stems and the next having clusters on each stem! Bit of a novice with gardening but learning and loving all the time.
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