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Re: Graham Thomas Rose

Post by dannyboy on 10th September 2013, 15:51

Very slow grower for me after planting it this season others have left it behind by a mile.

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Re: Graham Thomas Rose

Post by neptune on 10th September 2013, 16:28

silkyfizz wrote:Thank you Roseman, your ideas are very helpful.
Neptune I have contacted the Rose Soc Vic to see if there is an electronic form of the article or any problem in copying it and am awaiting a reply. I'll let you know when I hear back.
BTW I was amazed when I looked closely to find it was reprinted from the Aust NZ Rose Annual 1958!  OMG!!!
Silky....any update to this post......please?
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Re: Graham Thomas Rose

Post by silkyfizz on 10th September 2013, 16:48

It's Titled "Basal Shoots". I've just bumped it for you Neptune.
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Re: Graham Thomas Rose

Post by neptune on 10th September 2013, 16:50

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Re: Graham Thomas Rose

Post by Dimity Cottage on 11th September 2013, 07:19

I am growing two Graham Thomas Roses, yes they were slow to flower, one I am just growing as a normal bush & the other on a 2mt high obelisk. Follow Roseman's advice re pruning, that is how I have started doing it & hey presto FLOWERS. My husband's name is Graham so he has been waiting for this to happen & last week he did it. So get that chainsaw out.
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