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Welcome to Sarah

Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 17th July 2011, 17:11

This is just a welcome from me, roseman(David), hope to see you posting when you can. Let us know about your rose interest if possble Thumbsup
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Re: Welcome to Sarah

Post by rosemeadow on 17th July 2011, 21:02

I want to say welcome too, Sarah.

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Post by sarah griffin on 17th July 2011, 21:38

Hello there, so happy to have found this website. I have a ridiculously small cottage garden that is (over) crammed with roses, and one or two cottage plants Smile The garden was redesigned about 18 months ago and with a combination of blind optimism and pots, I have been able to squeeze in about 25 roses. I have mainly old garden roses with a few David Austins.
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Re: Welcome to Sarah

Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 17th July 2011, 22:13

A fitting avatar I think , Sarah
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Re: Welcome to Sarah

Post by favdl on 18th July 2011, 01:08

A warm welcome to you Sarah.
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Re: Welcome to Sarah

Post by sarah griffin on 18th July 2011, 08:26

Thank you all, Nice to join a lovely, friendly group Smile
My avatar picture is some of last years blooms from Pierre De Ronsard. The plant had only been in for a few months and really should not have been picked in the first year..... but it was about to rain heavily and I couldn't resist. So, I can't take any credit for the perfection of the blooms, that was all down to Mistydowns. I'll have to see what the blooms will be like this year after being in my care for the last 14 months.
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Re: Welcome to Sarah

Post by rosemeadow on 20th July 2011, 00:13

Your garden sounds lovely, Sarah. And I love your photo, so delicate !
I must get myself a avatar.

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Post by Ripley on 20th July 2011, 07:16

Welcome Sarah. Isnt it amazing how much we can fit into to an already over loaded garden. There is always room for one more!
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Re: Welcome to Sarah

Post by AutumnDamask on 20th July 2011, 11:12

Welcome Sarah,
You'd be surprised how many roses you can fit in when you really want to... Wink I have a friend in the UK that has a teensy courtyard backyard and she has dozens of roses!! Very Happy
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Re: Welcome to Sarah

Post by Carole on 22nd July 2011, 21:44

Hi sarah,
I do hope you enjoy the forum. I love your avatar Dance Dance Dance
I am sure your garden is wonderful.
I see you live at Bondi so you have to contend with the sand, winds and salt I presume. This cannot be easy.
We are in the central tablelands so our conditions are totaly different to yours.
I do hope we hear more from you. Roses
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