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Post by maree on 1st July 2012, 01:29

Betsyw , i planted my Blackberry Nip rose today , so if you have one and have planted it , it will be interesting to see how they go in different parts of the country , i did make a bit of a botch planting it though , couldn't quite get the level right and kept moving the bl---dy thing , but its in and looks good . Anybody else out there planted B.N. , i'm hoping this is a great rose ....
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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 1st July 2012, 05:58

What drew you to this rose Maree and Betsy Question . Maree, how is the quality of your plant Question
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Post by maree on 1st July 2012, 10:01

Roseman , i read about it on the net , N.Z. bred , supposed to have good fragrance and disease resistance , nice colour , a medium sized plant , hybrid tea. The plant itself was a bugger to plant , has roots right up to the bud union , but looks a strong plant , we'll soon see hey !!!
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Post by jordan71 on 1st July 2012, 15:51

i have it , its a great rose .. nice colour and very fragrant
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Post by maree on 1st July 2012, 17:58

Thats great Jordan , glad to hear that , Roseman now i come to think of it , i saw B.N. at the Royal Melb flower show , they were promoting it there .
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Post by neptune on 1st July 2012, 19:54

Has anyone have BNip thats being in the ground for at least 18mths to 2yrs that can make a valid comment on how the rose performs and the quality of blooms...
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Post by jordan71 on 1st July 2012, 21:26

cant comment as mine in a pot
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Post by maree on 1st July 2012, 21:28

Neptune , i don't know how long this rose has been released for , i first saw it this year at Melb flower show , the blurb sounded very impressive , they didn't have a rose there that i remember , just lots of big posters , that i can remember , its such a big day at the flower show , so much there to look at ..
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Post by neptune on 1st July 2012, 22:46

Is it a HT or Flori?
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Post by maree on 1st July 2012, 22:58

Its a HT ....
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Post by betsyw on 2nd July 2012, 19:18

roseman wrote:What drew you to this rose Maree and Betsy Question . Maree, how is the quality of your plant Question
David, I picked up on Maree's cue here. She mentioned it in one of the threads about her new acquisitions, and, knowing that M is a fragrance hound, I just followed the scent, in all respects.

Cursory investigation around the usual rosey haunts yielded some very nice remarks about BN. I liked it a lot on paper and in theory, and thought it would be fun to acquire it ( around August), and then compare notes with Maree during the season. Will pot mine, so really a specimen in trial. Fun, see? Laughing

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Post by neptune on 2nd July 2012, 21:02

I'm with you betty,....I am going to pick one up on wednesday and put it in a pot....my first potted rose......and on trial as well.....
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Post by betsyw on 2nd July 2012, 21:11

Well, WOOHOO Neptune!. Now We Are Three
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Post by maree on 3rd July 2012, 00:28

Lol Betsy , seems you are getting to know me too well , any rose that didn't have a fragrance got the heave-ho in my garden , i'm ruthless like that , i too have tried the ,put it in a pot and trial it before planting , but now i get too impatient and just bung it in , sometimes i think my planting technique leaves a lot to be desired ,but lets just get it in , so we can get some flowers ASAP ,keeping my fingers crossed on this one !!!!!
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Post by dannyboy on 3rd July 2012, 03:19

Hi guys this rose looks stunning and it' suppose smell wonderfull to.Has any nurserys got it in Melbourne.Jordan surely you would know lol.

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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 3rd July 2012, 06:14

Daniel, Treloars have it. How long would it take you to drive to Portland, nice day trip I reckon.
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Post by jordan71 on 3rd July 2012, 06:41

dannyboy wrote:Hi guys this rose looks stunning and it' suppose smell wonderfull to.Has any nurserys got it in Melbourne.Jordan surely you would know lol.

hi danny,
pythons have it in essendon .. and a while back i saw it at all greens nursery .. i would try there first.. but i know they have it at pythons .. i would hurry tho dan as they had limited stock .. i think it was $22.00 but it is potted

u will like it dan its a beautiful rose.. like the others trial it in a pot to see how u go . eventualy i'm sure you will move it to the grounds



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Post by dannyboy on 3rd July 2012, 15:35

roseman wrote:Daniel, Treloars have it. How long would it take you to drive to Portland, nice day trip I reckon.


Would love to go David ,but wife is going to give birth in a couple of months so cant go to far at the moment.It's about 3hours drive eachway.Still waiting for the 3 roses I ordered should be here soon from Treloars.

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Post by dannyboy on 3rd July 2012, 15:38

jordan71 wrote:
dannyboy wrote:Hi guys this rose looks stunning and it' suppose smell wonderfull to.Has any nurserys got it in Melbourne.Jordan surely you would know lol.

hi danny,
pythons have it in essendon .. and a while back i saw it at all greens nursery .. i would try there first.. but i know they have it at pythons .. i would hurry tho dan as they had limited stock .. i think it was $22.00 but it is potted

u will like it dan its a beautiful rose.. like the others trial it in a pot to see how u go . eventualy i'm sure you will move it to the grounds



Thanks mate .I will try All Green and see how I go .Any new ones for you lately ????lol.


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Post by jordan71 on 3rd July 2012, 17:26

dannyboy wrote:
jordan71 wrote:
dannyboy wrote:Hi guys this rose looks stunning and it' suppose smell wonderfull to.Has any nurserys got it in Melbourne.Jordan surely you would know lol.

hi danny,
pythons have it in essendon .. and a while back i saw it at all greens nursery .. i would try there first.. but i know they have it at pythons .. i would hurry tho dan as they had limited stock .. i think it was $22.00 but it is potted

u will like it dan its a beautiful rose.. like the others trial it in a pot to see how u go . eventualy i'm sure you will move it to the grounds



Thanks mate .I will try All Green and see how I go .Any new ones for you lately ????lol.


SHHHHHHHHHHH DAN dont tell anyone ... got 40 roses two weeks ago .. slowing down now LOL
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Post by neptune on 3rd July 2012, 17:39

I now have a B/Nip in my possession...now to pot it up and sweet talk it......
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Post by betsyw on 3rd July 2012, 19:43

Sooo... Do we have a Maree-inspired Blackberry Nip consortium going fr 2012-2013?
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Post by Bonita18 on 3rd July 2012, 21:30

I like the colour, form and perfume of this NZ bred rose.

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Post by maree on 4th July 2012, 00:09

Betsy , you betcha , it hasn't stopped raining since i planted it , we got one clear morning , so i grabbed the opportunity and in she went , also planted Baronne de Rothschild , they should get a good start with the damp weather . Will take some photos as B.N gets bigger .
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Post by dannyboy on 4th July 2012, 03:31

jordan71 wrote:
dannyboy wrote:
jordan71 wrote:
dannyboy wrote:Hi guys this rose looks stunning and it' suppose smell wonderfull to.Has any nurserys got it in Melbourne.Jordan surely you would know lol.

hi danny,
pythons have it in essendon .. and a while back i saw it at all greens nursery .. i would try there first.. but i know they have it at pythons .. i would hurry tho dan as they had limited stock .. i think it was $22.00 but it is potted

u will like it dan its a beautiful rose.. like the others trial it in a pot to see how u go . eventualy i'm sure you will move it to the grounds



Thanks mate .I will try All Green and see how I go .Any new ones for you lately ????lol.


SHHHHHHHHHHH DAN dont tell anyone ... got 40 roses two weeks ago .. slowing down now LOL


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