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Some Colour for Carole

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Re: Some Colour for Carole

Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 3rd March 2012, 07:28

Carole's might have to wait for your roses Warren (can you hold them for while lol!) , the paddock she had in mind is now about 1/4 under water as the creek has burst it's bank, no worries, just went and got a tractor
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Re: Some Colour for Carole

Post by tambralyngar on 3rd March 2012, 09:50

Carole wrote:Here is the answer to the question in the first batch.
Victory Cry & Fine Dressin

Hi Carole I have just been reading the whole thread and I had picked those two as the ones you were talking about mainly becuase they are my favs for the same reasons the more petals nthe better but I will add Eye Candy as well I love white roses.

You boys are so clever the great new roses you come up with I am running out of room on my little block!

Tamara
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Re: Some Colour for Carole

Post by Guest on 3rd March 2012, 10:04

Hey Dave with the flooded paddock you will have to put a levee bank up , then Carole can go for it planting all the roses roflmao

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Re: Some Colour for Carole

Post by Carole on 3rd March 2012, 10:08

Warren, I have just read you post and read the word CccccccCull sorry about the stuttering but I am in shock Stunned Dont do it Very Sad

Tamara I agree Warren is very, very clever. My favourite colour is Yellow but the other colours come a close second. We have heaps of room to fill Dance
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Post by AutumnDamask on 3rd March 2012, 10:27

Carole wrote:Warren, I have just read you post and read the word CccccccCull sorry about the stuttering but I am in shock Stunned Dont do it Very Sad

I know... but he's done a good job so far so I'm going to put my fingers in my ears and pretend I didn't hear that.

(I'm still glad I haven't seen the rejects though - I'd be trying to "rehome" them.. haha)
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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 3rd March 2012, 10:29

Wendy, what do you think Carole is trying to do lol! roflmao
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Re: Some Colour for Carole

Post by Guest on 10th March 2012, 17:07

Just got back from the babies out of town,boy oh boy the rain was good but the milk thistles liked it as well. It took me 3hrs to chip 2 rose beds.

Anyway took a couple of pics of this years seedlings.




This is Bonica crossed with Elara, one of my roses.




I think this rose will be very good in 2yrs time bud has good form at very early stage


Some are kept, not because of form , but colour. This rose was bred 2yrs ago will be kept for the sole purpose of colour breeding

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Re: Some Colour for Carole

Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 10th March 2012, 17:29

Warren are you hedging your bets here, some for Carole and some for me, what are the other members getting if we are getting all this this thrust upoon us, but we do not mind, Carole has just asked how big is a pantec is, My reply was we have gone from ute to Semi trailer load before Wendy gets her hands on them as she is the closest to you Warren.
Be careful Warren, I have just noticed ther are other members looking, but they are good members
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Re: Some Colour for Carole

Post by lildeb on 11th March 2012, 11:39

We are good, but obviously NOT GOOD ENOUGH obviously! I shall start drawing that map, shall I??? Idea
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Re: Some Colour for Carole

Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 11th March 2012, 11:55

Deb, if we get it I promise to pass it on roflmao Fingers Crossed
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Re: Some Colour for Carole

Post by The Estate on 11th March 2012, 19:09

love the white bonica cross Smile
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Re: Some Colour for Carole

Post by Ozeboy on 11th March 2012, 22:49

Very nice Warren.

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Re: Some Colour for Carole

Post by lildeb on 12th March 2012, 18:43

Personally the CUTE one, top of page one, would have to be close to .... to.. top of page one. She is a real sweetie. I agree with Carole, the lovely Elara Bonica baby is a must-have; the one you are only keeping for colour, I really like the simple sweet 'wild' shape of her, very appealing.
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Re: Some Colour for Carole

Post by jordan71 on 12th March 2012, 19:46

very nice roses
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Re: Some Colour for Carole

Post by Guest on 17th March 2012, 13:13

Been out to the littlies and snapped a few shots.




Sympathie X Curly pink



Queen Elizabeth X Charles De Gaulle



Queen Elizabeth X Lyon Rose ( Modern Pernetiana)



Another Queen Elizabeth X Lyon Rose (Modern Pernetiana)

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Re: Some Colour for Carole

Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 17th March 2012, 14:37

Wendy, we have competition, Warren has shown the Yanks, we will have to stop him lol!
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Re: Some Colour for Carole

Post by The Estate on 17th March 2012, 15:11

looking So healthy love
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Re: Some Colour for Carole

Post by Guest on 17th March 2012, 15:15

Everything is looking quite good TE, David settle down roflmao

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Re: Some Colour for Carole

Post by Ozeboy on 17th March 2012, 23:12

Well done Warren, all are a credit to you. Forum members should be buying roses from you as they look equal to most available from the big nurseries. Health and vigour are very important traits here. I have been going through lists of over 6,020 roses to buy and have found 59 healthy ones worth propagating. Mildew seems to be the biggest problem followed by Blackspot. I like to see a pix of the bush so as to pick the bushy looking ones. That's where the Tea roses look so good. Of the 59 found I'm sure half will be rejected for one reason or another.

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Re: Some Colour for Carole

Post by Guest on 18th March 2012, 08:07

Howdy Bruce, the beauty of having access to HMF is I can check out anything that I am intending to use in my breeding,when looking at the pics, I am not just looking at the flowers, but also the foliage. I have knocked back many a rose by doing this because its health issues were not sound enough. The good thing also is ,you can compare roses which you want to use in a breeding cycle growing in different growing conditions allaround the world.

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Re: Some Colour for Carole

Post by jordan71 on 18th March 2012, 08:40

beautiful colours
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