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Has anyone grown these tea roses ?

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Has anyone grown these tea roses ?

Post by maree on 18th August 2012, 19:40

Just wondering , has anyone grown these teas and what do you think ? thanks A . H .MOW , FRANCIS DUBREUIL , ANNA OLIVER , ETOILE DE LYON , FRANCIS XAVIER , FREIHERR VON MARSHALL , MME DE TARTAS , MME DE WATTEVILLE , SULMANESQUE , TRIOMPHE DE LUXENBOUGH , THANKS , also how big have they grown , if you have them
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Re: Has anyone grown these tea roses ?

Post by Balinbear on 18th August 2012, 20:49

AH Mow BL - We have trouble keeping these alive. Not sure it likes our climate. Hardly half a metre high. Unreal flower

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Francis Dubreuil - Another small one. Probably not a Tea and not the real FD. Beautiful perfume.

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Anna Olivier - Yet another small one. 0.9 metre maximum. DON'T PRUNE or you will kill it. Just cut out the dead branches and lightly trim by dead heading it. Nice flower.

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Etoile de Lyon - Nice yellow rose but the flowers don't like rain (or dew) as they brown off a bit. 1.2 metres tidy shrub that don't mind being shifted.

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Freiherr Von Marshall - Not sure if ours is a real one. We just shifted it from under a tree and it is growing better now. Nice pink flower similar to Mme Lambard which makes me think it may be one. It seems too small though.

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Mme de Tartas (as sold in Australia) - Quiet achiver in our garden. Lovely pink flower, can be kept in shape with a bit of a prune. Loves the sun and can be grown from cuttings.

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Mme de Watteville - Not sure if you can get a real one of these. Ours is a Mme Joseph Schwartz (White Comtesse de Labarthe). Every now and again it throws a pink flower the same as those on Comtesse de Larbarthe. From what I have been told most of them sold as Mme de Watteville are the same.
The plant we have is about 1.2 hig x 1.5 wide. Lots of flowers and not too many problems

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Salmanesque BL - Probably an early Hybrid Tea. Sharp prickles lovely large flowers throughout the year. Needs pruning to keep it going. Has lots of die off after flowering.

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Triomphe de Luxenbough - As with a lot of "old" rose varities it is doubtfull that the ones being sold are the real thing. Ours is only fairly new but has large pink flowers. Can't say too much more about it.

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Post by Balinbear on 18th August 2012, 20:51

Not sure what happened to the photos. I may have clicked them as a thumbnail. They are all on our gallery.
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Post by maree on 18th August 2012, 21:12

Thanks Balinbear , i'll go to your gallery !!!
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Post by Guest on 19th August 2012, 08:54

Maree, I live in deniliquin and Sulamanesque does quite well here, quite a strong grower.

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