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Post by paulh on 7th October 2012, 23:53

Well peoples, we've had this Salmon Scentsation for nearly 3 seasons, the first season I grew this climber it flowered well. The next season I used an eco oil on it which burnt it badly even though it was only a 24 dergree day. It lost all it leaves and the canes went really dark brown to black, so I gave it a really good prune to get rid of the most effected canes, this was during last summer. It came back fairly well, but it never flowered. So this season I gave it a light prune and responding to some advice I moved it so I could train the canes horizontaly, the advice was that this would cause the climber to give out, better
than growing verticaly. As well as all this I also moved it into quite a large pot, and to date, no buds nothing, so I'm open to any suggestions, Please Crying or Very sad
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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 8th October 2012, 05:49

Paul I looked HMF and it isn't listed. What I was looking for was parentage to give indication whether it only flowers on old wood. Has it got any other name which might help track it.
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Post by paulh on 8th October 2012, 13:16

roseman wrote:Paul I looked HMF and it isn't listed. What I was looking for was parentage to give indication whether it only flowers on old wood. Has it got any other name which might help track it.

Thanks for that roseman, I do remember we bought it from Bunnings here in Perth
It was a $30 plant not cheap however I think it was supplied locally. I'll chase them up and ask
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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 8th October 2012, 16:40

Paul, was it pot or bag, is the rootstock 'fortuniana', Who supplies the B shop locally, some of the things needed for it.
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Post by Jac2 on 8th October 2012, 23:01

Paul, what a shame; just one innocent little thing it doesnít like, and the rose will not forgive you for years to come. When I got my first climbers, I remember reading to never prune them for at least two years, just deadheading and removing dead or diseased canes were prescribed for them. Hope itíll make a comeback.
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Post by paulh on 8th October 2012, 23:26

roseman wrote:Paul, was it pot or bag, is the rootstock 'fortuniana', Who supplies the B shop locally, some of the things needed for it.

Thanks roseman, it is on fortuniana rootstock and it was in a pot, I managed to find its label, it comes fro a place here in perth called Landsdale Roses. I have emailed them explaining my plight and I'm waiting for their reply. flower
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Post by paulh on 8th October 2012, 23:28

Jac2 wrote:Paul, what a shame; just one innocent little thing it doesnít like, and the rose will not forgive you for years to come. When I got my first climbers, I remember reading to never prune them for at least two years, just deadheading and removing dead or diseased canes were prescribed for them. Hope itíll make a comeback.

Thanks for that Jac2...I'm hoping it does do the right thing because the blooms are full hybridT size and the colour and scent is awesome. flower
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Post by paulh on 10th October 2012, 01:16

roseman wrote:Paul, was it pot or bag, is the rootstock 'fortuniana', Who supplies the B shop locally, some of the things needed for it.

Further info roses man, got an email from Lands dale Roses, they were not much help, after giving them some pics with some info, they gave me advice on plant care etc, which
One already knows, and told me to persevere, and that was it no advice why is not budding up.
I did notice however, on the tag that came with the plant it says the breader is...
The Lime Roses U.K
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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 10th October 2012, 06:44

It is very to get any info about Limes Roses from any place I can think of. The only way open might be to contact Peter Beales Roses(Classic Roses) in England, he might be able to help.
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Post by paulh on 10th October 2012, 16:21

roseman wrote:It is very to get any info about Limes Roses from any place I can think of. The only way open might be to contact Peter Beales Roses(Classic Roses) in England, he might be able to help.

Ta for that roseman
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