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Just saying Hi

Post by Sunny Sam on 29th January 2012, 15:58

Hi my name is Sam I've been growing roses for as long as I can remember and prefer Tea Roses.

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Re: Just saying Hi

Post by newforold on 29th January 2012, 17:08

Hello Sam
Tea roses are my favourites, too. Cimbing 'Devoniensis', 'Duchesse de Brabant' and 'General Gallieni' are my top three out of the fifteen tea varieties I have in the garden so far. I know others have many, many more. Looking forward to hearing more about what you've got.
Maree

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Re: Just saying Hi

Post by Bonita18 on 29th January 2012, 18:34

I look longingly at 'Devoniensis' and grow the other two but this magnificent obsession must stop!
Others I grow are:
Mrs Dudley Cross,
possibly Hugo Roller and/or Penelope Tea (from several sources),
Mme Berkley
Maman Cochet (pink, white, red)
Oxley Elizabeth Tea (founding)
Mme Berard
Duchesses d┴uerstadt
Anna Olivier
Archduke Joseph
Peace 1902
Pax 1918 (which grows like a tea)
Mrs Reynolds Hole (not good here)
Mrs Hatchell-Brown's tea
Blackbutt Tea (ROR)
Comtesse Riza du Parc (little plant)
Rozette de Lizy
Bishop Lodge "Speragina"

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Re: Just saying Hi

Post by Guest on 29th January 2012, 22:21

Difficult to know what's Tea and what isn't - Billy says many are 'cuspy'. But 'Mrs Reynolds Hole' comes under "Margaret's Rule of Thumb" (smells too good to be Tea). I think the Tealadies count "Oxley Elizabeth", "BL Speragina" and the "Hatchell-Brown rose" as HTs. Patricia has suggested 'Golden Spray' (Dickson 1917) for the H-B rose (which came to Mrs H-B many years ago labelled Mermaid, which it clearly isn't).
There's a lot to be said for teas, if you've got room for them.

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Re: Just saying Hi

Post by rosemeadow on 31st January 2012, 10:11

Hi Sam, I love Tea roses too.

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