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Post by jordan71 on 13th March 2012, 20:50

hi everyone , while i was reading a book this paticular rose caught my eyes , any thoughts on it , or does anyone have it , be fantastic to get some more info , so any thoughts or comments would be great

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Post by Carole on 13th March 2012, 21:04

We havn't got it but I looked it up on help me find and it looks like a very good rose. The perfume sounds interesting. I would love to smell it.
Misty Downs & Trelors both have it.


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Post by jordan71 on 13th March 2012, 21:08

Carole wrote:We havn't got it but I looked it up on help me find and it looks like a very good rose. The perfume sounds interesting. I would love to smell it.
Misty Downs & Trelors both have it.

thanks heaps carole , so many nice roses so little space haha
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Post by Carole on 13th March 2012, 21:18

How big is your garden ?
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Post by Guest on 13th March 2012, 21:24

couple of acres LOL

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Post by neptune on 13th March 2012, 21:26

30sq mts... Sad


PS: I edit your title...it was like it was shouting at me....


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Post by jordan71 on 13th March 2012, 21:26

Ozroz wrote:couple of acres LOL


LOL

i wish it would be covered in roses haha
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Post by jordan71 on 13th March 2012, 21:42

Carole wrote:How big is your garden ?

i did reply , wonder what happend to the reply .. hm

carole i am renting so unfortunatley , all my rose are in big pots .. altho i have about 10 bushes in the front garden , most are yellows and reds, very nice big rose bushes , trying to grow some by cuttings .. havent had much success

but will still try
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Post by jordan71 on 13th March 2012, 21:43

neptune wrote:30sq mts... Sad


PS: I edit your title...it was like it was shouting at me....

i'm sorry , didnt relaise i left caps lock on
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Post by neptune on 13th March 2012, 21:46

I have that problem too...too many fingers....
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Post by jordan71 on 13th March 2012, 21:47

neptune wrote:I have that problem too...too many fingers....


haha
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Post by rosemeadow on 14th March 2012, 15:22

Hello, Jordan71 !
Martine Guillot is a very big shrub and beautiful and does cover its self with blooms. I will post a photo of it tonight if I can.
Gee Neptune, 30 square metres, that is really big roflmao

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Post by neptune on 14th March 2012, 16:18

rosemeadow wrote:Gee Neptune, 30 square metres, that is really big roflmao

I'm starting at the bottom of the rose chain....but if I am winning so many competitions with my 50 roses and 30sq mts...can you imagine what will happen when I get a nice bit of land........
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Post by rosemeadow on 14th March 2012, 21:15

I am so sorry Neptune, I thought you were talking about how big Martine Guillot was, and I thought you were having a joke at how big the bush got. I thought I would have some fun too and borrow Rosemans's picture. I should have read the posts properly.
I agree. I have alot of roses but my garden looks the worst it has ever looked with me not doing any mowing for months because my mower blew up and I have given up for a while using the push mower. Must start again tomorrow. And I haven't done any dead heading in years, or weeding, or anything for a long time. The paspaleum grass is very depressing but I haven't had to water this whole Spring and Summer, maybe I watered some of the new ones in once, I can't remember now.
Hopefully in Tasmania with a good ride on I will be able to keep my garden really manicured and not the mess it is now. All the lanes will be be further apart. I hope you forgive me for being a dill.

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Post by rosemeadow on 14th March 2012, 21:54

I don't know how I read it wrong, I must have got mix up with me talking about how big Martine Guilliot was. I hope you believe me as I am genuienly serious about getting it wrong, I would never make fun about the size of anyone's garden. My first rose garden was 5 standard roses in a tiny vegetable garden in Tasmania.
My present garden is totally neglected but I still get so much enjoyment when I finally get around to mowing and weeding around a rose bush. Dead heading and cutting the dead wood out. One day I might even get to around to again fertilizing with some natural stuff.

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Post by neptune on 14th March 2012, 22:24

Relax...no harm done, and if there was , you may have had a pm by now.......I didn't take it the wrong way........[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]
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Post by rosemeadow on 14th March 2012, 22:58

Thanks Neptune. Oh the butterfly is beautiful !
Thats was alwful, thinking I had maybe lost a roserian friend with out even meaning to.

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Post by jordan71 on 15th March 2012, 00:50

thanks for the info so far guys Digger
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