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Post by betsyw on 18th June 2012, 17:52

Neptune, I found a photo purporting to be Red Berlin here: [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]

Also here on an Eastern European site (scroll down to bouquet) [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]

This rose also appears on various sites as a florist-type rose
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Post by neptune on 18th June 2012, 19:38

Thanks betty. Appreciate the time you put in....
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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 18th June 2012, 21:18

neptune wrote:Can't find a place that sells "First Red"....any takers....

Id try Treloars
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Post by Happy roses on 18th June 2012, 21:31

thanks, and Grand Prix looks really nice too.
Neptune, if you ask Bunnings, they may give the name of their supplier and you can find out if they will be getting First Red
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Post by neptune on 18th June 2012, 21:40

Happy roses wrote:thanks, and Grand Prix looks really nice too.
Neptune, if you ask Bunnings, they may give the name of their supplier and you can find out if they will be getting First Red

Tried that before and they have no idea what is coming in the load. They said they have no way of checking the names before receiving them
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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 18th June 2012, 21:56

The company that grows for The B shop/M 10/ W/ and any other chain is located in South Australia. Don't qoute the spelling yet, but the are called "rosalyn' from memory banks. The daughter now runs it, handed from her father.
In our B shop, we see some Swanes roses in Bags.
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Post by dannyboy on 19th June 2012, 03:28

roseman wrote:The company that grows for The B shop/M 10/ W/ and any other chain is located in South Australia. Don't qoute the spelling yet, but the are called "rosalyn' from memory banks. The daughter now runs it, handed from her father.
In our B shop, we see some Swanes roses in Bags.


David I know the company your talking about I think there called the Rose Company.I bought a rose in one of there bags and it was a Swanes rose as you say.

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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 19th June 2012, 06:06

Your right Daniel, here is a link to them,
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Post by dannyboy on 20th June 2012, 03:17

That's it David.They dont do online sales tho.I have bought a few roses from them at shops and all have been great and at a good price.

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Post by dannyboy on 22nd June 2012, 03:29

My brother was at Big W the other day and they had some roses rduced to clear thet have had since last summer in pots from Swanes.They had Pope John Paul II reduced from $33 to $10 so happy with that Smile as it is $ 20-25 bare rooted at alot of places.Suppose to be a stunning rose with a strong sweet smell to.

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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 22nd June 2012, 06:10

Did he buy it Daniel ?
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Post by Happy roses on 22nd June 2012, 07:24

PJP 2 is a fantastic rose, seems to be always in flower and smells lovely.
I've usually bought potted roses, but now have bought a bagged rose. Are they much harder to grow then potted? Anything special they require?
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Post by maree on 22nd June 2012, 14:39

Happy roses , i usually follow Swanes planting , growing and pruning guides , i like them ...
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Post by dannyboy on 22nd June 2012, 16:50

roseman wrote:Did he buy it Daniel ?



Yeah David he got for me planted it today just needed a bit of love to get it up and going back to it's best.

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Post by Happy roses on 23rd June 2012, 11:36

Thanks Maree, had a look, it say to break off shoots as they grow, is this to help get the roots established first to save energy? I won't be pruning till mid July, and was thinking bout stripping the leaves of all so I could hit with spray's to help reduce blackspot for the growing season. Don't know if that is a good idea or not. If so, I don't really want it to start shooting leaves just yet.
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Post by maree on 23rd June 2012, 21:50

Happy roses go to youtube and type in " Guru planting a winter rose ' its a Swanes guru and he's planting a bagged rose . I just read where they say about the shoots , don't know about that , does anybody else know ? If you keep poking about the Swanes site you will find lots of bits of interesting info , just keep clicking on any links you can find ..
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Post by maree on 23rd June 2012, 21:53

Happy roses its actually " The guru planting a winter rose " ...
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Post by dannyboy on 25th June 2012, 14:24

Has anybody got a Charmwell Grandpa'a Rose or any of this breed.I think there grown by Wallara Roses.Charmwell® Roses were bred by Harvey Davidson of Western Sun Roses, the breeder of Smooth Touch® Thornless Roses in the USA.

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Post by Bonita18 on 25th June 2012, 19:10

No I don't have any of these but I was very happy with the two Blue for You bushes I purchased from Wallara Roses.

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Post by lildeb on 25th June 2012, 23:29

Bunnings and Big W in Maryborough have had some nice varieties of D.A roses in, last week; can't guarantee they have much left after our visit tho..
I did grab a really sturdy-looking Cinderella Climber too, couldn't go wrong for $8, and I have liked what I have read so far on her... hopefully they will still have a couple left next week on pension day! I think she would look lovely with 2 or 3 on a rustic post n rail... Has anybody got her growing- observations/notes/thoughts appreciated study
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