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Re: New Rose Registrations

Post by Bonita18 on 31st October 2012, 19:47

I think the second red one has better form. The first one is a little too stiff but then who am I to say anything at all to someone who is making such a mark in the world of rose breeding. I apologise.

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Post by Guest on 2nd November 2012, 19:21

This is the last of the big batch, I am really starting to like Mauve at the moment



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Post by silkyfizz on 2nd November 2012, 19:38

Gee that looks good. Looks full and strong petals. I'm a mauve junkie myself Very Happy
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Post by Guest on 3rd November 2012, 06:02

Silky it has tha Blue Moon type scent as well, not a large growing rose and compact.

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Post by AutumnDamask on 3rd November 2012, 07:23

Bonita18 wrote:
No one would dare call a rose: Aphids Magnet or would they?

Only if they were marketing the rose to Ladybird breeders.... !! Laughing
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Post by AutumnDamask on 3rd November 2012, 07:24

Ozroz wrote:This is the last of the big batch, I am really starting to like Mauve at the moment

Mauve is okay. Pink or red is better. And maybe white. And cream.... Darn it. Too many choices!! Razz
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Post by Guest on 3rd November 2012, 07:32

Wendy these two are amazing, really happy with them. When in flower they are loaded. The Rose registrar asked me where I was hiding these two, I said I have been sitting on these for years waiting for the right time, and then he said how many more are you hiding, I said alot and roflmao




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Post by AutumnDamask on 3rd November 2012, 07:39

*faints*

Dang. Don't make me come up there! I haz a ute! It has a 1 tonne capacity! (insufficient I know)
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Post by Ozeboy on 3rd November 2012, 07:47

See Warrens pix, they tell more, nice healthy folage and pix of stems with multiple blooms. If there was a pix of the bush then I would really like to see it. It looks like a real winner.

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Post by maree on 3rd November 2012, 11:47

Yes , i agree the pix are great !!!
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Post by silkyfizz on 3rd November 2012, 19:41

Sounds like you have impressed the Rose Registrar Warren, and constantly impress us with your roses. Now all I want is to get my hands on some!
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Post by Guest on 10th November 2012, 15:32

Here are two which I have been waiting for the right time, both have Charles Austin them.



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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 10th November 2012, 15:36

I'll take the first one then throw "Buccaneer" over it or under it
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Post by Balinbear on 10th November 2012, 21:41

Warren (or anyone)

When a rose open pollenates can it pollenate itself and what is the result? The reason I ask is most of the OP seedlings I found in the garden have had small single flowers on them varying from dark red (Mons Tillier) to pale pink and apricot (Arethusa).

I was wondering if it self poolenates can it through back to some primative form of rose.
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Post by Guest on 11th November 2012, 05:58

Balin; OP or controlled pollinations, alot turn out as singles and pink, I call it the default code.

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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 11th November 2012, 06:11

Rugosas are the worst for it aren't they Warren(selfing)
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Post by Guest on 11th November 2012, 06:22

That is because the start shedding pollen before they open, so slightest vibration will contaminate your pollination attempt.

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Post by Balinbear on 11th November 2012, 08:52

Thanks Warrem
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Post by Guest on 17th November 2012, 15:19

Here are two more going on the books. A yellow which blushes pink when hit by sunlight and an offspring of Sympathie.





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Post by Ozeboy on 17th November 2012, 18:52

Looks nice and healthy, Sympathie doesn't like Sydney, let's hope your one above takes after it's Gransparent Don Juan which does very well here.

Must re phrase Sympathie is a ro##*n BL##*y hopeless rose here.

Wonders will never cease, look at Red Gold a parent of Delicious. It's almost impossible to believe RG parented such a good rose as Delicious.

Keerp the dream alive Warren, best of luck with your Video.

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Post by Guest on 17th November 2012, 19:10

Thanks Bruce will be budding those roses going to France tomorrow, have been racking my head making sure only the best, healthiest and biggest bloomers go over there in April

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Post by Bonita18 on 17th November 2012, 23:26

If you have time in April, Warren perhaps you could send some to the Trial Garden in the Queensland State Rose Garden in Newtown Park? I can send you a contact by private email if you do not already have one.

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Post by Ozeboy on 18th November 2012, 10:52

Bonita18, any rose that does well in Queensland near the coast would also do well in Sydney. I do think we have to take a really good look at the demand for roses, large, medium, small and minature. All the large gardens on the North Shore of Sydney are gone. Replaced by very tall buildings with only room for a patio or balcony rose. And of coarse they have to be bomb proof. This is one reason I have changed focus to Mini Flora's and Minis, I also love the little ones.

Warren, I'm so pleased for you cracking into the overseas market. What this will do for the Australian breeder is yet to be seen. And to think it came about by a few posts on the forum. I'm also chuffed to have brought up Imagine on one of Isabelle's post some years back. Think everyone had forgotten her. If ever you do get to Sydney or I to Deniliquin then lunch is on you. Do keep us or myself up to date with your overseas successes.

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Post by Bonita18 on 18th November 2012, 16:54

Perhaps I should clarify my statement. Newtown Park is in Toowoomba which has a mild temperate climate unlike the roses growing in New Farm Park in Brisbane. Brisbaneites were a bit miffed when Toowoomba named the Rose Garden as The Queensland State Rose Garden in Newtown Park. So the trial garden is in Toowoomba. We have a better climate here, with a lot less humidity, well most of the time. Winter temps in the townships and rural areas around Toowoomba can experience down to minus 15 degrees at times, like this past winter. Minus 7 is common enough. On the other hand we only had the aircon on once last Summer.

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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 18th November 2012, 18:11

For a rose to grow in OZ does it not or should it be trialed in ALL climatic conditions. scratch
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