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My R. Banksiaes, Normalis and Lutea.

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My R. Banksiaes, Normalis and Lutea.

Post by rosemeadow on 13th October 2011, 23:24

These grow together and are on their own roots,. I planted them beside a cubby house and later added a archway for it to grow over. They are about 3 years old. The arch is to the left. Normalis is the stronger growing, although Lutea is growing through, I think the two look good together. At the front and other side of the cubby house I have Renae and Corneila, and Veichenbleau ( all on their own roots ) at the back which I hope can grow up beside and through the Normalis. Also I have a small grafted Climbing Snow. Under Renae I have a Clematis that looks a bit like a Passionfruit flower, I hope it climbs right up through.
Normalis has a lovely fragrance and perfumes that area. I was planning to mow around it before I photografted it, but thought I better get my camera onto it incase I missed its peak blooming.

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Post by rosemeadow on 14th October 2011, 01:11

Just another photo showing the front of the cubby house, I will have to cut a little of the Banksiae away from Renae so she doesn't get covered over.

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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 14th October 2011, 06:03

As all ways Karen, your green thumb is showing up again. We all need lessons from Karen on how to grow roses from cuttings. Hopefully she will show me on the weekend. lol!
Corrine is looking "cheeky"


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Post by rosemeadow on 14th October 2011, 09:30

Thanks Roseman for the compliments about Corrinne and I !
But, its not me, it is just the roses that want to grow !

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Post by Admin on 14th October 2011, 18:35

The single white banksiae is quite special sin't it love What have you used as a support under these giants? I bet Corrine is a budding up-and-coming Rosarian too Smile

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Post by RitaG on 14th October 2011, 19:38

Wow Karen! I must make a trip up Mudgee way soon! You have worked so hard and it shows. Corrine is growing into a beauty as well.
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Post by Meryl on 14th October 2011, 21:24

Wow, Karen...the roses are superb and so is the kid! I can't believe that's Corrinne, she has grown so much.

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Post by rosemeadow on 15th October 2011, 01:53

Thanks for your comments Simon, Rita and Meryl. Ladies, you are very welcome to come visit me this Spring. I think it is worth comming to visit if you are a rose lover.
The last photo become the wrong one somehow. This is the one that it was surpose to be and shows the cubbyhouse undernealth. There is a still arch at the back too.


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The other photo was of R. Xanthina which is the other one that is in full bloom at the moment. When we were talking on chat night I made a mistake and said it was R. Cantabrigiensis, which is the one next to it and just has a few blooms on it.
I will post some more photos of these in a few days. I must get to bed now as I have a early start as I am going to visit with a friend and help muster sheep with my dogs. So I can't reas all the other latest topics till I come back.

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Post by Dave on 15th October 2011, 07:15

They are all lovely, Karen! The banksias have been good around here this spring after all the rain and cool weather. I love the perfume. The blackberries aren't bad either - looks like they are covered in snow while waiting to be sprayed.

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Post by rosemeadow on 15th October 2011, 08:31

Hi Dave, thanks for your reply. I love the perfume too.
My blackberries are growing well up the back paddock, which is not good.

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