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My Lifes Work

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My Lifes Work

Post by Guest on 19th August 2012, 13:03

Here you are Jac2 will start at the A's









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Post by Jac2 on 19th August 2012, 13:32

Is the colouring of Atomik a bit like Fragrant Cloud’s? Most unusual, I like it.
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Post by Guest on 19th August 2012, 14:11

Very much so Jac, when in the garden it stands out above all others ,one day I must get a better pic of it.
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Post by maree on 19th August 2012, 15:46

Ozroz , are these teas, hybrid teas , floribundas , very beautiful ......
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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 19th August 2012, 17:28

I hope there is more to your life and plenty more roses to come mate Thumbsup
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Post by Guest on 19th August 2012, 17:38

Maree I use a lot of early HT's Tea's , China's and some HP"S. I have recently used some species to increase health into them as well . Have bred some Ht's , floribunda's, but most fall into the category of shrub type roses. Dave have been a bit crook but hopefully its going to be fixed up soon, have a few hundred new seedlings look after. Now for the C










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Post by Balinbear on 19th August 2012, 19:34

Warren
Breathless Charm. Says it all.
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Post by Guest on 19th August 2012, 19:39

Balinbear it has quite a strong perfume of myrrh, which it got from Shiro

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Post by Poesie on 19th August 2012, 20:21

We're not worthy Very beautiful. This is great work!
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Post by maree on 19th August 2012, 20:34

Ozroz, , please excuse my ignorance , so these are roses you have breed yourself ,i'm guessing they are , wonderful , i especially love the ones where the bees can have a feed too , makes roses even more appealing , beautiful as well as feeding nature ......
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Post by Guest on 19th August 2012, 20:59

Maree all these are mine that I have bred over the last 7years,

thank you Poesie.
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Post by Jac2 on 19th August 2012, 23:53

Ozroz, I really like the colours of FC, a very unique orange that’s nowhere near as bright as some references claim, at least not in my garden. Here it looks like Atomik and the folded petals shine differently; I haven’t seen anything like it before in a rose.

I like the second, silky single in your Bs, but the print is a bit small for me. There are just so many beautiful ones, and I haven’t even started to look closely at the Cs. Do you have an online gallery like Garry where we can take the time that your roses deserve or that we can bookmark for inspiration?
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Post by betsyw on 20th August 2012, 01:24

This is just an extraordinary collection and body of work- and we're only at the top of the alphabet!

Too many beauties to single out a favourite, but from the pix alone I am partial to all the cerise doubles. . Which are your most fragrant creations, Ozrose? Do you have any ultra-special ones that you would call your "signature" roses?

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Post by Guest on 20th August 2012, 05:53

Jac Atomik is very bright Orange Red and its foliage is quite dark adding more contrast.

Thanks Betsy, if you like colour wait untill you see the new ones comming through , have spent the last 2 yrs concentrating on colour alone. Betsy about 80% of what i breed has med to intense perfume.
Now for E,F,and G.

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Post by jordan71 on 20th August 2012, 07:04

are you going to sell any of the roses ozeboy ?
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Post by Ozeboy on 20th August 2012, 08:27

They are really fantastic. So much work, and knowledge that has gone into these. They are a real credit to you Warren and as Jordan mentioned "Are you going to sell any of these"?

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Post by silkyfizz on 20th August 2012, 11:43

What fantastic roses! And so many beautiful ones, I want to dip my face and smell them! These are a credit to you Ozroz, you must be very proud of such an achievement, and rightly so. I would buy them if I saw them in a nursery, especially as they are shrub type roses. I especially love Bighearted and Atomic, just beautiful. Thank you for allowing us the pleasure of seeing "Your life's Work". Ever thought of writing a book about your work?
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Post by Guest on 20th August 2012, 15:17

Thanks Bruce, all my research for breeding starts about one year before hand and by spring I have a headache from going over breeding lines. Its a good headache though when you see the new ones develope into something nice. Aout selling them , I really need the support of a large grower which they tend to be more interested in promoting those roses bred overseas, sad but the truth.

Thanks Silkyfizz,the perfumes you would like, Damask, Fruity, Myrrh, Dianthus/Carnation, Clove, Tea and that of Hélène De Troie (woody, vanilla and spicy). I have thought of compiling something down on paper.


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Post by Guest on 20th August 2012, 15:27

Ok here is H, I,J and K.


















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Post by betsyw on 20th August 2012, 17:11

In the fragrance list, Ozrose, are you referring to the fragrance types among your hybrids?????? As in Helene of Troie, but also others?

Putting my hand up as a prospective buyer should you decide on 'limited edition' sales of your roses./ My god, what a parade of unending splendours!
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Post by Guest on 20th August 2012, 17:54

Betsy it is a a fragrance list of what I have bred, I have a great passion for scent

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Post by betsyw on 20th August 2012, 18:10

I'm gobsmacked, really I am. Not being polite or chummy-encouraging. These roses sing a siren song. To be honest, just on first take, I like these roses a helluva lot more than the Alistair Clarks. (excuse spelling).

These creations have personality that radiates off the page. The fragrance range you have achieved just nails it
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Post by Guest on 20th August 2012, 19:32

Thanx again Betsy.
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Post by neptune on 20th August 2012, 20:02

Hey Warren...that "Lots Of Style" you could send over here.....I'm pretty sure I can do it justice here..... Smile
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Post by Guest on 20th August 2012, 20:09

Thanks mate, you reckon you could show with it?

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