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Post by jordan71 on 17th August 2012, 13:21

hi guys i would like ur thoughts on the following , do anyone here grow them

R. Primula
R. eglanteria
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Post by dannyboy on 18th August 2012, 03:11

Dont grow them Jordan.How you been mate hope all is well.How a your HT roses going.I have no more room to get anymore this season lol.All Green Nursery still has heaps.

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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 18th August 2012, 06:00

Jordan, I don't think you will find anyone on here growing them, maybe Warren.
Have you got them Jordan or are you thinking of getting them Question
I will PM you about them.
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Post by betsyw on 18th August 2012, 14:35

Different country, different conditions, etc, but you might find this UK Gardening article interesting, Jordan ;-)

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Post by jordan71 on 20th August 2012, 07:08

dannyboy wrote:Dont grow them Jordan.How you been mate hope all is well.How a your HT roses going.I have no more room to get anymore this season lol.All Green Nursery still has heaps.

hi danny,

not sure if i want grow them mate.. just wanting some info thats all

as far as all green nursery having heaps left, havent been there in a while .. but i will start working for them today

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Post by jordan71 on 20th August 2012, 07:09

roseman wrote:Jordan, I don't think you will find anyone on here growing them, maybe Warren.
Have you got them Jordan or are you thinking of getting them Question
I will PM you about them.

hi david.. i dont have them and not sure on growing them .. just read few things about em and they seem interesting.. lot of growers consider them weed now

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Post by jordan71 on 20th August 2012, 07:10

betsyw wrote:Different country, different conditions, etc, but you might find this UK Gardening article interesting, Jordan ;-)

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thanks for that link betsy Smile
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Post by dannyboy on 20th August 2012, 16:28

jordan71 wrote:
dannyboy wrote:Dont grow them Jordan.How you been mate hope all is well.How a your HT roses going.I have no more room to get anymore this season lol.All Green Nursery still has heaps.

hi danny,

not sure if i want grow them mate.. just wanting some info thats all

as far as all green nursery having heaps left, havent been there in a while .. but i will start working for them today



Nice to hear Jordan your working there.Surely got to be around the roses that's your speciality.Good Luck mate.

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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 20th August 2012, 18:39

Well done Jordan, it sounds like employment you will enjoy Thumbsup
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Post by jordan71 on 20th August 2012, 19:34

thanks guys
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Post by neptune on 20th August 2012, 20:06

work!...not likely...he will be spending most of his time ogling the roses.....
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Post by jordan71 on 20th August 2012, 20:09

haha neptune .. seriously not lol

tomorow is re potting the left overs from bare root season for roses i will be tempted but NO more i got most of why They have there anyways

unless i missed one LOL Razz


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Post by dannyboy on 21st August 2012, 04:10

I bet there is alot to repott Jordan there was heaps last time I went.I dont think All Green reduce there roses towards the end of the bare root season like other places.I usually deal with Justin there very helpfull and great advice.Last rose I got from there was Go For Gold a HT from bred for our Olympic team by Landsdale Roses in WA.

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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 21st August 2012, 06:18

Thomas's have them Jordan, if you get a chance ring them and talk to Glenys.
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Post by jordan71 on 21st August 2012, 17:35

dannyboy wrote:I bet there is alot to repott Jordan there was heaps last time I went.I dont think All Green reduce there roses towards the end of the bare root season like other places.I usually deal with Justin there very helpfull and great advice.Last rose I got from there was Go For Gold a HT from bred for our Olympic team by Landsdale Roses in WA.

hi danny,

yeah we do have heaps of rootstock left .. and yes unfortuantley they dont reduce the price towards the end ..
we started on potting the roses .. most were icebergs standards .. oh my lord way too many

there is a fair bit left most of them ht.. few david austins and i notcied way too many delbards left
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Post by jordan71 on 21st August 2012, 17:36

roseman wrote:Thomas's have them Jordan, if you get a chance ring them and talk to Glenys.

david who is thomas's ?? is that a rose nursery .. never heard of it
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Post by betsyw on 21st August 2012, 17:47

What recipe of potting mix do you use, Jordan?
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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 21st August 2012, 18:04

Jordan they are over the boarder in SA.
Here is the link Jordan
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Post by jordan71 on 21st August 2012, 19:07

betsyw wrote:What recipe of potting mix do you use, Jordan?


hi betsy ,

i use plain potting mix

dynamic lifter

manure

saturaid

if i have to repot a rose after been there for few years i do ad blood and bone
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Post by jordan71 on 21st August 2012, 19:08

roseman wrote:Jordan they are over the boarder in SA.
Here is the link Jordan
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david that link wont work
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Post by Guest on 21st August 2012, 19:22

Yeah David that link doesn't work roflmao

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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 21st August 2012, 20:41

Try the link again and go down the page and ou will see something like this click here do as it says and wait, it worked for prior to posting it for you. tried and tested
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Post by The Estate on 22nd August 2012, 14:34

hows the job going, any freebies yet Innocent
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Post by neptune on 22nd August 2012, 14:52

jordan71 wrote:
betsyw wrote:What recipe of potting mix do you use, Jordan?
hi betsy ,
i use plain potting mix

dynamic lifter

manure

saturaid

if i have to repot a rose after been there for few years i do ad blood and bone

jordan , your potting mix seems to be out of balance....you only have plain potting mix and two sorts of manure plus a wetting agent.......you may like to give this one a go...

combine one third good quality commercial potting soil(with wetting agent provided),
one third well- aged garden compost(get at Bunnings) (if this is not available then substitute more of the potting soil) and
one third well-composted mushroom or cow manure(both at Bunnings).
You may wish to add an extra cup of perlite(those little white things- also at Bunnings) to the mix to enhance drainage.
It is beneficial to the rose to add one cup of blood and bone to the soil. To increase the nutrient level, fishmeal may be added.

Roses are heavy feeders, as they need fertile conditions to produce many blooms over the growing season.
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Post by dannyboy on 22nd August 2012, 15:46

To be honest with people I use Rich Gro normal potting mix with soil wetter in it already.I just add seaweed liquid fertilizer often and rose food or sometimes dynamic lifter which has it all.The mix has done well for me.

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