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Heritage Roses

Post by neptune on 10th September 2011, 00:55

In Perth here there are 50 heritage roses that were planted in 1945 in Bayswater, being given away for free. If you are interested in them , let me know and I will give you a contact number
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Post by Admin on 10th September 2011, 01:11

Rosalie... are you readnig this! You should take them!!!

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Post by Ozeboy on 10th September 2011, 02:44

Rosalie, definately take them. I go to a lot of trouble finding the oldest roses to propagate from so these would make very good clones.

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Re: Heritage Roses

Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 10th September 2011, 06:41

What are the contact details John ?
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Re: Heritage Roses

Post by neptune on 10th September 2011, 08:10

For those interested...contact Trevor Burnett on 0428 570 986 OR Glen Burnett 92792359
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Re: Heritage Roses

Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 10th September 2011, 08:13

John, how far from Rosalie's would that be ?
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Post by neptune on 10th September 2011, 08:17

approx 2 and a half hours.....basically all freeway driving
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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 10th September 2011, 08:28

Do you think she might take them
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Post by neptune on 10th September 2011, 08:31

I have no idea what her property situation is like or if she wants more......I think these boys want the roses out soon because they don't want to see them die over summer
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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 10th September 2011, 08:34

I have her phone number and her email address, do you think it is worth contacting her
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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 10th September 2011, 08:43

John, do you know any of the rose names
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Post by neptune on 10th September 2011, 08:45

This is the only information given out....any more information will probably require a phone call
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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 10th September 2011, 08:46

How did you come by it ? And how old is the info, do you think many others have it. I wonder if they might all be gone.
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Post by neptune on 10th September 2011, 08:52

Advertised in the RSWA Spring Journal page 23....journal came in the mail yesterday.....only a phone can answer the question if they are still there..
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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 10th September 2011, 08:57

I guess they would be gone by now as you have the journal and so does everyone else scratch
I have sent Rosalie an email, might be to late now
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Post by neptune on 10th September 2011, 09:01

wait two hours and give them a phone call...some people just can't be bothered lifting out 66 yr old plants...
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Post by OzRose on 10th September 2011, 14:30

I am reading this, the only problem is that Batswater is about 300km away Sad
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Post by neptune on 10th September 2011, 14:56

A trailer, coffee and a cut lunch and you will be there in no time. The Roe/ perth to bunbury highway should cut time for you..... Very Happy
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Re: Heritage Roses

Post by OzRose on 10th September 2011, 16:40

not with 3 sprogs in tow and Kevin on nightshift. How soon do they need to be moved ? I might be able to see if my sister up in Perth might be able to help out but I don't know what shifts she is working atm. She works as a cas. nurse at Fremantle and also flies with the RFDS so I daren't ring her .... I always manage to ring her when she is asleep lol.
I might be able to get up there next week when K has his days off ...
I suppose they wanted them gone yesterday.
Did someone say 1946 ?? That would have been about the time my grandparents were planting roses in the garden of the new house that they built in Nedlands.
Amongst the bushes there were Hadley , Signorina Puricelli [spelling] Golden Ophelia ..... Last time I went past their old place the roses were still there too.
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Post by neptune on 10th September 2011, 17:08

Rosalie, give them a ring straight away and see what the situation is...then work from there.... Thumbsup
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