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Trigintipetala anyone?

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Post by hariet~rose on 26th July 2012, 20:05

How would folks rate Trigintipetala as a hedging option? I gather it flowers for a goodly period.
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Post by rosemeadow on 27th July 2012, 21:07

I have just replanted this rose in my new garden in Tasmania. I have given all my roses plenty of room to grow compared to before when they were crowded to make the watering go further. We get 2 inches more rainfall here so I am looking forward to better blooms and a longer Spring flowering with each bush so I can see each individual as I walk or ride around on my new ride on ( my last one was old and blew up ). So in a few years or more I should be able to comment on Trigintipetala
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Post by hariet~rose on 28th July 2012, 10:13

thanks rosemeadow - how exciting! a new rose garden but with your old rose friends.. look forward to hearing how it goes
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Post by rosemeadow on 28th July 2012, 21:39

Yes tomorrow night I am going back for for some more, I can't leave any of them unless they are suckers and I have enough of that rose already. There will still be a rose display after I have left.

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Post by hariet~rose on 28th July 2012, 22:24

This rose translocation you are doing is an amazing feat..how many would that be then,that you have dug up and moved, and what are you putting them in for the journey.. presume as bare-rooted? Good luck with it
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