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Post by Guest on 3rd March 2012, 13:27

Here are a few seedlings from mid last year, due to the days of rain blooms may not look that flash.




























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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 3rd March 2012, 15:03

Before Wendy gets in, my likes are, 6 , 7 , 10 , 11. Again they need trialing another place like Mudgee
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Post by Guest on 3rd March 2012, 15:08

number 6, I like that one as well Dave its I think Queen Elizabeth X Charles De Gaulle, its a really nice mauve , this time next year it will look a bit better being on an older stronger plant

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Post by AutumnDamask on 3rd March 2012, 15:20

hehe I'd be happy to "test" any of them. Smile I'll be patient.... (Need to reorganise the garden first LOL)
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Post by Carole on 3rd March 2012, 15:31

No need to make Wendy spend all her time and energy reorganising her garden. It would be so much work for her to do that she doesn't need.
Now me on the other hand have plenty of land that doesn't get flooded and David with my whip behind him could have it ready in no time Smile
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Post by Guest on 3rd March 2012, 15:48

Bestest Bestest Friend Hmmmm roflmao I feel like I have just won one those big jackpots in lotto.

The seedlings 1,2,3,4 and 8 are the offspring of a new rose I am trying out called Lyon Rose, very early HT from Pernet Ducher. The colours it is producing in the offspring is very encouraging and the health is very good at the moment.

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Post by Guest on 25th March 2012, 13:19

Just returned from out of town with these pics of the young ones.


Sympathie X Kabookie


Queen Elizabeth X Lyon Rose


Queen Elizabeth X Lyon Rose



Queen Elizabeth X sport of Charlotte Graham


Arjuna X Curly Pink


An other but different seedling Arjuna X Curly Pink


An other but different seedling of a Arjuna X Curly Pink


Arjuna X Peace


Another Arjuna X Peace seedling

The pinks here are very hot candy pinks.

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Post by neptune on 25th March 2012, 14:05

very nice indeed......the other half likes the pinks....
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Post by Carole on 25th March 2012, 14:45

Lovely .
The top one is my favourite Warren love

Does she have a name ?
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Post by Guest on 25th March 2012, 15:36

Carole these little babies are not even 1 yr old yet still teething or thorning roflmao

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Post by Carole on 25th March 2012, 15:44

Very Sad Poor little souls still teething, however I could sugest that they are dethorned before they get troublesome. You know what these children can be like if you let them have there own way.
You will have to send them up to Auntie Carole and Uncle David we will make sure they grow up well and respect peoples fingers .
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Post by Guest on 25th March 2012, 16:24

Carole wrote: Very Sad Poor little souls still teething, however I could sugest that they are dethorned before they get troublesome. You know what these children can be like if you let them have there own way.
You will have to send them up to Auntie Carole and Uncle David we will make sure they grow up well and respect peoples fingers .
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you saying my kids are trouble roflmao they give you a little prick now and then to let you know they are there

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Post by Carole on 25th March 2012, 17:16

I would never say that Warren my love, but I do feel they might benefit from having a little holiday with us sunny
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Post by lildeb on 26th March 2012, 20:06

I on the other hand quite admire a prickly rose... mama Deb won't let any nasty peoples chop poor thornies off! You just send that nice little girl right at the top of the page, with numbers 2, 7,11 and 13 just to keep her from fretting Very Happy
The ground is lovely and soft, and I have lots of yummy rotted goat manure for brekkie!
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Post by Ozeboy on 26th March 2012, 21:53

Very nice Warren, I like those plain clear pinks. Brownells Curley Pink seems to have worked well for you. I had great difficulty with Brownells Arctic Flame this season, will try again next season as he did breed some very healthy roses.

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Post by Carole on 26th March 2012, 22:03

The top one is my favourite too Deb Very Happy
BUT Fares fare I grovelled first. I don't think so!
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Post by lildeb on 28th March 2012, 19:46

Indeed you did my friend! And you did it so well! Laughing
Maybe you can send me a wee sniff of it, in an envelope... Idea
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Post by Guest on 6th April 2012, 13:02

This is the offspring of Queen Elizabeth and Curly Pink.





Curly Pink


Who said two pinks will give you a pink, isn't nature wonderful.

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Post by Carole on 6th April 2012, 13:16

Lovely Warren love
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Post by AutumnDamask on 6th April 2012, 15:34

Hehe I like Curly Pink. Very Happy Pretty sure I could find some room for it.... Cool
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Post by Guest on 6th April 2012, 16:03

Wendy , find a place, it is a top rose, the flowers you can see above and its health is fantastic no PM or BS at all, zilch. Thomas for Roses has it in SA 08 83897795

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Post by AutumnDamask on 6th April 2012, 18:35

Woohoo
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Post by Ozeboy on 7th April 2012, 19:03

There's no doubt about it Warren you have bred some great roses.
I like the Q/E x Curley Pink and Arjuna x Curley Pink. Have heard it mentioned you are one of the most experienced breeders, specially regarding your knowledge of rose genetics. I'm sure some members would be very interested to learn more on this subject.

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Post by Guest on 7th April 2012, 20:33

Thanks for that Bruce, Curly Pink is a great rose. I am still learning alot , every year nature shows me something new and it is wonderful.

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Post by Guest on 14th April 2012, 13:22

A couple more of the yearlings.





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