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Some Roses being trialed

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Re: Some Roses being trialed

Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 29th April 2012, 08:00

They might not like the traveling roflmao
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Post by neptune on 29th April 2012, 22:48

we have vays of making them travel, my friend..... Twisted Evil
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Post by Guest on 10th May 2012, 05:45

This is another which I have put on the trial list. Bred back in 2009. I think it will only get to around 3ft, foliage is very dark green and healthy, repeat flowering is pretty good as well. It was produced from an unnamed seedling of mine which I only used once in a breeding cycle then the whole plant was discarded. The pollen from this seedling was used on Sympathie, which produced this. The blooms have a little cold damage ,but still look OK.


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Post by AutumnDamask on 10th May 2012, 06:14

love
That's it. My garden DEFINITELY needs to get bigger!!!!
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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 10th May 2012, 06:41

How long would it take to drive to Deni, Wendy and when are you going to collect the bounty lol!
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Post by Rose-Anna on 10th May 2012, 07:46

That is a really nice rose Smile Love the deep pink love
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Post by AutumnDamask on 10th May 2012, 08:00

roseman wrote:How long would it take to drive to Deni, Wendy and when are you going to collect the bounty lol!

Haha. No more than a couple of hours I reckon... Wink

We should have some sort of special party when we do. Very Happy
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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 10th May 2012, 08:01

Wendy, we are going in or around September
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Post by Carole on 10th May 2012, 10:37

Once again, another FANTASTIC one Warren. Great colour love

Wendy we are 8 hours away Very Sad
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Post by AutumnDamask on 10th May 2012, 12:01

Oh... so I'll get there first then.... Twisted Evil
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Post by Carole on 10th May 2012, 15:30

So by September Wendy will all of Warren's wonderful roses be in your garden ?
If so,I think it is only a 6 hours trip to your house
roflmao roflmao roflmao
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Post by AutumnDamask on 10th May 2012, 18:15

Excellent. Very Happy You can help plant them!
I'll provide cake. And a bed for the night - we won't get it all done in a day. Razz

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Post by Carole on 10th May 2012, 22:38

I am sure you will have to many,
so will bring the ute and box trailer Very Happy
We will look forward to the cake and bed
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Post by lildeb on 11th May 2012, 00:16

I have been out of touch- I arrive back to see cake and beds????? AND TRAILERS???? I have been off far too long! Can I squeeze in somebody's suitcase??? I won't take up much room... it's just sharing a suitcase with a heap of 'poached' cuttings on the return....... Suspect
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Post by OzRose on 12th May 2012, 03:33

I can see that they definitely need to be trialled over here in the harsh West climates and soils.
They can freeze in sub-zero temps in winter and broil in 40+ days in summer.
We can offer acidic soils and bore water just to round everything thing out.
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Post by Ozeboy on 12th May 2012, 07:01

I like that one Warren. Sympathie didn't do well in our humidity, I only tested 3 and all were showing the effects of increased humidity.
Hope your seedling does better as it's a really nice uniform bloom.

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Post by Guest on 12th May 2012, 07:39

Thanks mate, It may have some thing to do with the Kordesii in it. I think a lot of people breeding roses do n't think of where the finished product is going to end up. If I was breeding for those Nth American or European climates my breeding programmes would be totally different, but here in Oz our winters are like a cool spring day to them. There is a lot I would like to use in a breeding programme and a lot I did use (which I found this climate did not really suit them or the offfspring, so all were discarded) but realistically you just dont tempt fate.

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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 12th May 2012, 07:51

I guess you all will have to call me "FATE" from now on Thumbsup
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Post by Guest on 12th May 2012, 08:17

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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 12th May 2012, 08:22

It's ok Warren I was being a bit naughty, I used your word fate from the earlier post. It is the "bull at the gate" thing I guess. Challenge comes to mind, like the thread on RHA.
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Re: Some Roses being trialed

Post by Guest on 2nd December 2012, 13:26

A few years ago I did this cross of Bonica X Elara, blooms are white with a pale yellow tinge towards the centre, Growth is similar to Bonica. See what you think.



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Post by Carole on 2nd December 2012, 13:39

I do like that Warren. I am a great fan of Bonica and your plant looks fantastic.
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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 2nd December 2012, 14:47

Warren, Carole has just suggested that it and Bonica inter-planted would look great
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Post by Guest on 2nd December 2012, 16:31

Thanks Carole, Dave I was going to call it the White Bonica looks very similar in bloom structure, I agree interplanted with Bonica would look real snazzy.

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Post by OzRose on 3rd December 2012, 01:57

Hmmm. I like , Warren.
Has a slightly better flower form than Bonica , seems to have a few more petals .
Me , I'd call it Elara's Daughter.
[I used to have an exquisite Arabian cross mare named Elara Smile ]
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