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Post by Guest on 3rd March 2012, 10:28

Dave these are the other two I was talking about going through Reg at the moment, nice lovely yellows.



This is one of mine called Shiro which I crossed with Graham Thomas, has a strong myrrh scent.

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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 3rd March 2012, 10:31

Another two that need a new home at Mudgee, not Benalla, Wendy. lol!
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Post by AutumnDamask on 3rd March 2012, 14:50

David, David..... They're roses.

You take cuttings from roses.... Slap

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Post by Guest on 3rd March 2012, 14:59

I think I better get the Pitbulls ready roflmao

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Post by AutumnDamask on 3rd March 2012, 15:17

L.O.L.

No need. Plonk me in a field of roses and I'm just as likely to just sit there.
That rose perfume (and the pretty colours) is like a drug ya know... LOL

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Post by Carole on 3rd March 2012, 15:23

Pit bulls ha! they are no problem for little Carole roflmao

I will just bring them down a side of lamb that should keep them occupied whilst David is digging and I am filling the ute.
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Post by Guest on 3rd March 2012, 15:37

Everything is looking really good since all this rain, I could n't believe the growth since last week and those little milk thistle plants are now about 3ft high, gee those things can grow. Have some serious weeding to do next week before they take all the nutrient.

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Post by Guest on 4th March 2012, 09:41

David this Dama Del Lago opened.

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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 4th March 2012, 12:23

Ok, when does it come to me and some others. Be careful Warren, Wendy might try and get it as well.
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Post by Ozeboy on 4th March 2012, 19:24

That's my type of rose Warren, wonder how it would go here on the coast? Reason I ask is Governor Macquarie was listed as very resistant to BS but it wasn't that good for me.

Please don't get me wrong for I enjoy all HT's in Spring and Autumn when most do well. I'm beginning to think gardeners have a fixation on BS but should look for those beautiful HT blooms in the more temperate months.

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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 4th March 2012, 19:47

Bruce you will have to get on the end of the line, others want it to. Not sure where the line starts or ends , Warren won't tell.
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Post by Ozeboy on 4th March 2012, 20:09

I'm still cautious, wish Warren lived on the coast between Sydney and Brisbane. I feel his normally dry western climate doesn't test roses enough for me. I admire most of his seedlings and know he walks tall amoungst the rose pollinators in Australia.

The opening chapter in most rose books mentions, buy roses suitable for your climate.

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Post by AutumnDamask on 4th March 2012, 20:26

I'm willing to test them for BS..... :p
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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 4th March 2012, 20:41

Is this first in first served, or is it how hard you grovel(we need grovel emocition thingy)
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Post by Ozeboy on 5th March 2012, 04:15

Didn't think BS existed out there in inland Victoria.

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Post by Guest on 5th March 2012, 05:43

Bruce we get BS here in Deniliquin, where I work , they have this white rose, have sprayed it twice and now is completely defoliated. We are gradually going to shovell prune and replace the whole lot

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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 5th March 2012, 05:58

We don't get it(BS) in Mudgee, so this the reason to trial it here Thumbsup
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Post by AutumnDamask on 5th March 2012, 06:58

Ozeboy wrote:Didn't think BS existed out there in inland Victoria.
We've had a LOT of unusual humidity the last 2 years but we've always had a low level of BS. The 'Bonica' is out in the breeze and still gets defoliated. But you don't notice when it's smothered in flowers... or hips.. so I forgive it. :p
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Post by Carole on 5th March 2012, 21:00

My Bonica today is 50% flowers and 50% hips.
She is a great Rose. cheers
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Post by AutumnDamask on 5th March 2012, 21:09

I haven't got around to deadheading mine... so she's 100% hips. Wink
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Post by Carole on 6th March 2012, 10:01

Wendy. I never seem to get round to doing mine roflmao
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Post by Ozeboy on 6th March 2012, 21:12

Guess it's just about everywhere. That's good news you get it where you are Warren. The greatest population is on the coastal parts of Australia.

Used to live in a full brick home 100 yards from the beach, when the sea was rough and when the big waves broke the windows would rattle.
Nothing lasted even the house was showing signs of concrete cancer.
The galvanised arch bars rusted very quickly, most cars were rust buckets in a very short time. The gauze (Fly Screens) were dripping sea spray or covered in salt. About the only thing that would grow there without care was Salt Bush. Not a good testing ground for Roses.
Fortunatly most of the coastal homes are within 100klm of this type of environment.
Anything will grow in Mudgee, even grapes.
If I were to retire again and grow roses then Orange would be my choice. A nice 25 acres in the foothills of Mount Canobolas. Great volcanic soil and ideal weather for roses. Oh! I forgot buy nothing as a large proportion of the state has coal seam gas mining leases on it.

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Post by Carole on 7th March 2012, 15:26

roflmao roflmao roflmao

Orange is a city I like but it is so, soooo cold in winter. It is also much cheaper than Mudgee.
As for your comment on the gas mining leases, I think it is called fracking. IT SHOULD BE STOPPED
This is my personal opinion.
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Post by Balinbear on 7th March 2012, 17:11

Fracking is used to break rock and release the gas. In the past some pretty toxic chemicals have been used (mainly in US) but if you can believe the Govt and the miners these are not used in Oz.

I think (from what I have read) the main problem with gas extraction lies in the fact that one of the waste products of the process is water which is usually salty as it comes from the rocks with the gas not the actual water basin. This sort of indicates that maybe some of the green side of the debate is telling the odd porky as they claim that it is removing water that is used for farming and no too many farmers would use salt water.

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Post by lildeb on 7th March 2012, 21:29

SEE?? Yet another case of BS.......... roflmao

Sorry



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