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New registrations for 2013.

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Re: New registrations for 2013.

Post by Dimity Cottage on 19th September 2013, 19:41

Oh my goodness Ozroz you are remarkable. I only hope we live long enough to get our hands on some of these magnificent creations. Pink, Cream, Champagne & White are my colours, so if you are looking for a trial garden in Brisbane you have one.
Keep us posted when available.
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Post by silkyfizz on 19th September 2013, 20:40

Ohhhh, Wow Factor is well named Ozroz, just superb.
 
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Post by Ozeboy on 20th September 2013, 17:40

Warren, you are a great photographer, no doubt you have a very good camera.  Would appreciate some details of the camera, filters, tripod etc.
 
The colours are so bright and everything so sharp.  I'll bet that gear cost you a few weeks wages.

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Post by Guest on 20th September 2013, 17:46

Bruce My camera is a canon which sort of looks like the old 35mm but digital. Back when I bought it, the price was pretty high, but now these types of cameras have come down a lot in price. I do not use tripods and the filters are all programable within the camera.

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Post by Guest on 20th September 2013, 17:51


 

 
This is a new registration called White Shadows it is the offspring of Bonica X Elara. Floribunda type shrub with very fast repeat.

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Post by Ozeboy on 20th September 2013, 18:08

Warren, that's a pretty healthy looking rose. Everything I bred from Bonica was a mildew magnet, must be the help from Elara

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Post by Guest on 20th September 2013, 19:18

Bruce I have heard people have trouble with Bonica offspring, this is the only one I have of this cross. The others may have had mildew when young and I would have ditched them quick smart, it seems a while ago and I have forgotten. This one is pretty stable and has never given me grief yet. She is a little bloom machine though.

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Re: New registrations for 2013.

Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 21st September 2013, 05:48

As you are posting "registered" roses Warren will us the members on the forum be able to purchase them from you or who as there are a good number wishing to buy.
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Post by Dimity Cottage on 21st September 2013, 12:04

PLEASE, PLEASE let us know when these become available. I grow 7 Standard Bonicas & have little trouble with them so would love one of the offspring, 'White Shadows'
Happy Gardening
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Post by dennisd on 21st September 2013, 12:26

Rosa Bonica is one of my favorite roses and I plant in landscapes often.Just flowers and flowers, then run the hedge trimmers over it lightly and it is off again.
Love them Can't wait for the white ones
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Post by Ozeboy on 21st September 2013, 14:18

Dennis, I thought it would make a good breeder as it is quite hardy, blooms frequently but alas, not many of it's offspring are worth keeping. I'm throwing out all I bred so far.
Warren either fluked one or knew a lot more about what to put with it than a lot of other breeders. He's been at this breeding business a lot longer than most so let's call it good rosemanship the reason for his success.

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Post by dennisd on 21st September 2013, 14:27

Would love to have a go at rose breeding. Any help on how to get started would be wonderful.
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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 21st September 2013, 14:51

Bruce, last time I spoke to Warren I am sure he said he has only been breeding for around 3 years or a bit more.

Dennis I will send all the stuff I have on breeding to you.
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Post by Ozeboy on 21st September 2013, 14:53

I have only been at it for about 8 years so I'm still a beginner. Warren is number 1 , Roseman and I are second.
The forum was started by Simon Voorwinde some time back and he being a science teacher and rose breeder had a very good grasp of plant genetics. Warren and Simon didn't always see eye to eye but both good experienced breeders.

Let's start you off breeding roses now by saving hips from some roses you like this spring. Pick these when coloured
(Most Yellow to Orange). and before they dry out completely cut open the hips and shell out the seeds.
Place these in a paper towel like your wife uses that is well dampened with a solution of fungicide. Fold into 4, seeds inside and place in a small freezer bag labelled. Place in the refrigerated section of the fridge and wait until I come down to explain the next step. Next step is to do your own pollinating. Knowledge can be gained from the Australian and USA rose breeders through becoming a member.
You are now on your way but the above is the simple bit.
TO BE CONTINUED.

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Post by Ozeboy on 21st September 2013, 14:59

David, I don't think so because Warren and Simon were
speaking about changing chromosome count by chemical means that appeared to be at least 5 years ago.

I'd donate a tank full of fuel to the local hospital if it was only 3 years.

Warren, when did you start breeding roses?

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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 21st September 2013, 15:00

Bruce we could start a new thread about this, save thread jacking Warren's, what are your thoughts
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Post by Ozeboy on 21st September 2013, 15:12

David, I think it would be a good idea. There are probably others on the forum that would like to give it a try.

As you know it is pretty simple and well within the grasp of new rose growers. They may experience the thrill of seeing the first bloom appear on their babies. I'm like an expectant father and can't wait to look and smell.


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Re: New registrations for 2013.

Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 21st September 2013, 15:17

Bruce I will move/remove some of this to the new thread so not to distract from 2013 Registrations later, for now I will start a new one.
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