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Brindabella Roses

Post by maree on 25th May 2012, 10:51

Hi , just a enquiry , has anyone ever grown Brindabella Roses and have you had any success with them ? Thanks Maree
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Re: Brindabella Roses

Post by Balinbear on 25th May 2012, 10:54

Maree

Welcome to Rose Talk.
Did you get the Garden Express Catalog as well? They do look impressive but have never tried any. They are supposed to be resistent to black spot but I really do think it depaens on where you are.

Gary
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Post by maree on 25th May 2012, 10:57

Umm yeah Gary , i think you are right , don't know anyone who has grown them , might just have to try one and see
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Post by Ozeboy on 25th May 2012, 19:33

I have grown Brindabella Bouquet for 4 to 5 years and the red that came out with BB in the first Garden Express release. The red is not vigorous but has a really nice high centred bloom. BB is definately worthwhile and has very interesting breeding. It makes hips when mature and plenty of pollen. I'm confident it would not be a Blackspot rose in Victoria. I'm breeding from it and next season will hopefully have minatures that will make hips to breed to BB.

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Post by maree on 25th May 2012, 22:17

Thanks Ozeboy , the more information i get on these roses , the more confidant i will feel about planting them .
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Re: Brindabella Roses

Post by LouiseJB on 12th June 2012, 18:05

Hi everyone,
I took a chance and ordered 2 Brindabella Swirl from Garden Express. They arrived last Friday in good order. I will let you know how they go.
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Louise Smile

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