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Re: Some Roses being trialed

Post by Guest on 8th October 2011, 07:01

Morning David;
17E 67F is for purely breeding, the Gb X Atomic is one I really like, plant is healthy compact and blooms perfumed.

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Post by AutumnDamask on 8th October 2011, 07:05

OZROZ wrote:..
17E 67F is for purely breeding..
Oh rats! :p
Breed something just like that then.... Very Happy Very Happy I can find a nice place in my garden, I'm sure. lol!

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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 8th October 2011, 07:06

17E 67F needs to be shown, it would sell like nothing else IMO, Wendy is fairly close, maybe she might "pinch" it in the dead of night.
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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 8th October 2011, 07:10

I reckon a trip to Portland and show them the 'bloom' I bet they would take it preety straight away.
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Post by AutumnDamask on 8th October 2011, 07:15

roseman wrote:17E 67F needs to be shown, it would sell like nothing else IMO, Wendy is fairly close, maybe she might "pinch" it in the dead of night.
HA.HA.HA.
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(But I'm happy to assist in trialing it ... Drooler )
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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 8th October 2011, 07:19

AutumnDamask wrote:
roseman wrote:17E 67F needs to be shown, it would sell like nothing else IMO, Wendy is fairly close, maybe she might "pinch" it in the dead of night.
HA.HA.HA.
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that makes 3 of us Wendy, So how about it Warren
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Re: Some Roses being trialed

Post by Guest on 9th October 2011, 16:35

Just got back from the plot out of town with these new pics, quality may not be that good as it blowing a gale out there.

I dont know people do not use Diamond Jubilee more often, it gives great results.






It is good to see old Mme C Testou kick some life into Queen Elizabeth.







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Post by Balinbear on 9th October 2011, 20:58

Warren
Just read your article. Explains a lot regarding selction and breeding.

A good read.

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Re: Some Roses being trialed

Post by Guest on 10th October 2011, 07:44

Thanks Gary, Margaret did a good job on the article. Thats what it is all about Gary , selection and breeding, do you homework on the parents before you commence, and it all sort of falls in place.

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Post by Guest on 12th October 2011, 16:31

Well this is some of the armoury you get when you do this cross (Sympathie X Maigold), flower is nice , thorns not so nice.



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Post by Guest on 12th October 2011, 20:30

The pollen parent of this cross tormented me for years trying to get it to work (Altissimo X Rosa hemisphaerica), but when it did, I crossed it with Charles Austin and ended up with this incredible colour combination.

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Post by Balinbear on 12th October 2011, 21:57

It sure is. Well done.
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Post by miss nomer on 13th October 2011, 08:10

Have to stop in to *Ooooh* and *Ahhhh* They are some real beauties!
And some pretty impressive thorns!
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Re: Some Roses being trialed

Post by Guest on 15th October 2011, 19:27

When you cross an famous oldie with a famous newie this is what you get, this rose has developed into something really nice.
(Safrano X Peace)

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Post by Admin on 15th October 2011, 19:34

Like this one. I really think 'Peace' has a few tricks left up its sleeve. What's the bush like though? 'Safrano' is a sparse thing here and 'Peace' is not very dense here either.


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Post by Guest on 15th October 2011, 19:50

Thanks Simon its beauty eh, not being bias, but the colours are superb, love bicolour roses. I think Peace still has a lot to offer but you have to be careful what you put it on as it is prone to a little BS and its not the strongest grower, to me it always looks stunted.

The foliage on this cross is pretty good, new growth is dark red as are the canes, height is around 2.5 - 3ft high. It perfume is very Tea to the nose.

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Post by Guest on 16th October 2011, 19:42

The bloom which looks like this in bud


Opens to become this.

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Post by AutumnDamask on 16th October 2011, 20:50

Yup. Still love it.

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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 17th October 2011, 06:21

Warren, you could be on a winner. How long does the bloom last for scratch
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Re: Some Roses being trialed

Post by Barbara B on 17th October 2011, 08:45

Hi,
this is a ripper. Love it.
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Post by Ozeboy on 18th October 2011, 08:45

OZROS, the blooms are great, would like to see some bushes as well if mature enough. Speaking of trialing would like to see a trial garden on the upper NSW or Queensland coast. This is where the greatest density of people reside. I don't think below the Vic/NSW border and west of the Blue Mountains is going to test roses. So many gardeners here are opting out of roses for natives.
When people read this forum it would appear we all have larger area's for the Species and large Heritage roses. The market is for smaller roses like HT's that have perfect high centred blooms with Damask fragrance. DA's are starting to be recognised as very attractive options for Townhouse dwellers.

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Post by Guest on 18th October 2011, 09:25

Bruce all the bushes are doing extremely well this year very productive growth wise and blooms. I am about to shovel a reject out this afternoon a Sympathie X Virgo , the flower structure is just a double and very flat , but huge, would be getting close to 7"in diameter.

Just sent the paper work out for another 29 new registrations, so they should be on HMF within 1 1/2 months. Iam over the moon at the moment with these as I think they are the best I have created. There is a collection of Floribundas, HT'S , Musk type , Shrub and Tea Hybrids. Have used very early HT's and the results are very good, talk about getting a second bight at the cherry.

Up to 51 pollinators at the moment and have a couple of Tea crosses to do and I am finished for the year.

I think I have found a Mac Gredy's yellow growing here in Deni its over 8oyrs old and looks very much like it, plus the time frame is right as well. Any way it might become a dad in the next couple of weeks, I used its pollen this morning.

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Post by Ozeboy on 20th October 2011, 21:26

This is my best seedling from last year. Hopefully bred for vase life and stay healthy living on the east coast. Seed Com Red Study X Pollen Superba Study. These are two of the healthiest roses here.

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Post by Admin on 20th October 2011, 21:37

Bruce, you'll be happy to hear that the one "Superba" seedling I kept from the op seed you sent me is about to flower for the first time... it's still about 2-3 weeks away as the bud is still small, but it's there all the same! You'll also be happy to hear that it is a strong and healthy seedling so far... older leaves seem to spot but it could be downy mildew too as it is always bad at this time of the year here, unfortunately. Hopefully it will be as pretty as this beauty you've posted above love

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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 20th October 2011, 21:38

Are these your pictures Bruce, if so you have a Photographer well done Thumbsup
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