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The Sowing of Seed has started

Post by Guest on 12th March 2012, 19:32

Sowed 14 crosses yesterday, so all I have to do now, is wait for the sight of green.

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Re: The Sowing of Seed has started

Post by lildeb on 12th March 2012, 20:04

AAAAAAANNNNNNDDDDD............................................................................... everybody pricks up their ears, and waits with bated breath.......
*sound of whispering.... rustling... clearing of throats in restless anticipation.....*................................................................................................................. ummmmm how long do we have to wait before reasonable expectation of updates??????
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Re: The Sowing of Seed has started

Post by Guest on 23rd March 2012, 17:02

Sowed these seed today.

(Wendy X Altissimo) X R. davidii
(Wendy X Altissimo) X R. sweginzowii
(Wendy X Altissimo) X Canary Bird
Gemini X Sutters Gold
Sutters Gold X Peace
Sutters Gold X (Queen Elizabeth X Lyon Rose)
Carefree Beauty X Old Port
Baronne Ed Rothschild X Troika
Sutters Gold X Angele Pernet
Baronne Ed Rothschild X Vienna Charm

(Baronne Ed Rothschild X Mme C Testou) X (Wendy X ( Europeana X Othello)) X Dr Verhage

La Vesuve X Unk Yellow Grandiflora


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Post by Balinbear on 23rd March 2012, 20:22

La Vesuve X Unk Yellow Grandiflora

Intersting cross. Can't wait to see the result
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Re: The Sowing of Seed has started

Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 24th March 2012, 06:22

Ozroz wrote:Sowed these seed today.

(Wendy X Altissimo) X R. davidii This wiil turn out good
(Wendy X Altissimo) X R. sweginzowii
(Wendy X Altissimo) X Canary Bird What chance Yellow
Gemini X Sutters Gold
Sutters Gold X Peace
Sutters Gold X (Queen Elizabeth X Lyon Rose)
Carefree Beauty X Old Port
Baronne Ed Rothschild X Troika
Sutters Gold X Angele Pernet I like this oneBaronne Ed Rothschild X Vienna Charm

(Baronne Ed Rothschild X Mme C Testou) X (Wendy X ( Europeana X Othello)) X Dr Verhage This one make me giddy

La Vesuve X Unk Yellow Grandiflora

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Post by Guest on 24th March 2012, 06:46

Dave that R. davidii was used in the breeding of Baby Love. The Canary Bird cross was quite a difficult one which I only got 2 seeds, with the colour I don't know what I will get at the moment. The Sutters Gold X Angele Pernet, the only thing that worries me is the petal count at this moment, I think it will be low in numbers.

The one that makes you giddy, thats what happens when you use your own seedlings which have n't ben registered and given a name, it can get a bit long winded, but mind you wait untill you see the pedrigree of those offspring. Its like writing the chronicles Stunned

That cross if anything germinates will produce awesome offspring.

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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 24th March 2012, 06:50

My seeds from Kim are dew out of the fridge today/tommorrow, what type of mix do you place them in Warren
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Post by Guest on 24th March 2012, 06:54

Dave just put them in a good seed raising mix.

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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 24th March 2012, 06:57

Thanks Warren. Where did you get Angele Pernet from if you can tell me and the rest of us.
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Post by Guest on 24th March 2012, 07:12

Misty Downs I think.

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Post by OzRose on 24th March 2012, 09:29

I like the sound of this one
La Vesuve X Unk Yellow Grandiflora

Had La Vesuve cutting grown when I was on the farm in Donnybrook. Wonderful rose and nearly evergreen all year. A great favourite with the little leaf cutter bees who at certain times of the year would leave me with a bush covered in lacy patterened leaves.
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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 24th March 2012, 09:34

Warren do you think "Unk Yellow Grandiflora" could be Selfriges scratch
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Post by Guest on 24th March 2012, 10:08

Yep I do dave , flower, leaf structure and its growth pattern. Very healthy rose

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Post by Ozeboy on 24th March 2012, 21:33

I am starting mine next week. This winter will be burning off my rejects from 4 years ago. Some of the OP Pink Perpetue have promise. Visitors have twisted my arm and taken a couple of the better ones like a deep mauve Iceberg seedling. Looked like Iceberg but deeper mauve colour. Probably should have placed more value on them but see garden rose being overtaken by low maintainence type plants.

I made reference to nurseries peddling those unhealthy HT's and it wouldn't be long before the general public became aware of the maintainence needed. The wrong roses needing all those pestercides and fungacides mentioned in their care literature certainly doesn't help.
I walk around the old and new suburbs and wonder where have all the rose gardens gone? Sincerely hope our rose breeders are aiming to produce good low maintainence easy care roses before it's too late

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Re: The Sowing of Seed has started

Post by AutumnDamask on 24th March 2012, 22:28

I'm wondering what I have to do to beg a plant of 'Wendy' ...

Drooler

Seriously.

(says Wendy)
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Re: The Sowing of Seed has started

Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 25th March 2012, 05:40

AutumnDamask wrote:I'm wondering what I have to do to beg a plant of 'Wendy' ...

Drooler

Seriously.

(says Wendy)

Wendy, do you know where Deniliquin is, if so that is your answer Thumbsup
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Post by AutumnDamask on 25th March 2012, 07:09

roseman wrote:Wendy, do you know where Deniliquin is, if so that is your answer Thumbsup

Hmmmm So you're saying I should drive over to Deni and then kneel and beg in the mud ? scratch
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Re: The Sowing of Seed has started

Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 25th March 2012, 07:14

No not that low, maybe a bottle of red, a bunch of Roses
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Post by neptune on 25th March 2012, 08:28

but the knee grovelling will seal the deal...... We're not worthy
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Post by AutumnDamask on 25th March 2012, 10:20

roseman wrote:No not that low, maybe a bottle of red, a bunch of Roses

*checks her cupboards*
Red wine Tick!
Cake Tick!
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Post by AutumnDamask on 25th March 2012, 10:21

neptune wrote:but the knee grovelling will seal the deal...... We're not worthy
I hope so! What a Face
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Post by lildeb on 26th March 2012, 14:52

AND... it puts you in the perfect position for planting! Thumbsup
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Post by AutumnDamask on 26th March 2012, 17:28

lildeb wrote:AND... it puts you in the perfect position for planting! Thumbsup
LOL
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