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Three Qld Ladies

Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 7th April 2013, 09:24

I have found some old topics about growing roses in the tropics, it will make some good reading for yourselves to start with.

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Re: Three Qld Ladies

Post by rosemeadow on 7th April 2013, 14:09

Good work Roseman !!!
I had put in a post about this lady in answer to Elaine's post, but then I cancelled it because I don't live in Queensland, I never really saw the program I think but just heard about and I am a lover of David Austins and and have always raved about them and also desired to grow Heritage roses but I didn't want to do that this time incase I was wrong to do it.
But David you have put the effort in and found the programs/articles for Elaine and all of us to look at, thanks !!! The articles were very informative, good on Jenny for taking on the challenge and working out the right way to grow roses in the tropics. I look forward to seeing photos of your rose garden one day, Elaine, and hearing about your experiences achieving it.


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