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APRICOT NECTAR- CHAUCER- FALSTAFF- FRAGRANT PLUM- GRACE- JEAN GALBRAITH- LILAC CHARM- CHRISTOPHER MARLOWE- MISTER LINCOLN- MUNSTEAD WOOD- QUEEN NEFERITI- ROSE DE RESCHT- ROSERAIE DE L'HAY- SHOCKING BLUE- SIR JOHN BETJEMAN- BARBRA STRIESAND

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APRICOT NECTAR- CHAUCER- FALSTAFF- FRAGRANT PLUM- GRACE- JEAN GALBRAITH- LILAC CHARM- CHRISTOPHER MARLOWE- MISTER LINCOLN- MUNSTEAD WOOD- QUEEN NEFERITI- ROSE DE RESCHT- ROSERAIE DE L'HAY- SHOCKING BLUE- SIR JOHN BETJEMAN- BARBRA STRIESAND

Post by jordan71 on 12th February 2013, 19:25

APRICOT NECTAR
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CHAUCER
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FALSTAFF
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FRAGRANT PLUM
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GRACE
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JEAN GALBRAITH
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LILAC CHARM
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CHRISTOPHER MARLOWE
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MUNSTEAD WOOD
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QUEEN NEFERITI
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ROSERAIE DE L'HAY
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SHOCKING BLUE
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Post by maree on 12th February 2013, 22:49

Jordan, Barbara looks fantastic , how are you finding it ? thanks
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Post by neptune on 12th February 2013, 23:59

we had a Barbara Streisand and took it out......it just wasn't giving us blooms ...otherwise a poor performer in the bloom department
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Post by silkyfizz on 13th February 2013, 00:13

You roses are looking beautiful Jordan! Who needs to go all the way out to Werribee Rose Garden when we can just mosy along to Jordan's place to check out any rose our heart desires. Lol. Don't know how you manage Jordan but your work sure pays off with such luscious blooms.
Barbra S is looking good there, so is mine. I'm happy I got it. I love Queen Nefertiti's pointy petals, charming and unusual.
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Post by jordan71 on 13th February 2013, 07:17

maree wrote:Jordan, Barbara looks fantastic , how are you finding it ? thanks
hi maree,
ive had no problems with barbara whatsoever , she repeated several times for me and the blooms are gorgeous and not to mention the intoxicating perfume
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Post by jordan71 on 13th February 2013, 07:20

silkyfizz wrote:You roses are looking beautiful Jordan! Who needs to go all the way out to Werribee Rose Garden when we can just mosy along to Jordan's place to check out any rose our heart desires. Lol. Don't know how you manage Jordan but your work sure pays off with such luscious blooms.
Barbra S is looking good there, so is mine. I'm happy I got it. I love Queen Nefertiti's pointy petals, charming and unusual.

thank you silky, it is a lot of work around my place , watering all day at work then coming home to water my 300+ roses , keeps me on my toes LOL
queen neferiti is a beautiful rose silky and it has a nice perfume also
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