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Ozzie Roses in Europe.

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Re: Ozzie Roses in Europe.

Post by Isabelle on 8th August 2013, 15:23

So happy to see them blooming here in Europe !

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Re: Ozzie Roses in Europe.

Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 8th August 2013, 19:45

What is the rootstock they are budded onto if I may ask
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Post by Guest on 8th August 2013, 20:27

dave the rootstock is laxa

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Post by Balinbear on 8th August 2013, 20:43

Mate you should be so happy about all of this.
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Re: Ozzie Roses in Europe.

Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 8th August 2013, 21:48

Seed grown I would guess Warren
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Re: Ozzie Roses in Europe.

Post by Guest on 9th August 2013, 17:18

I am Balin , things like this do not happen very often.

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Re: Ozzie Roses in Europe.

Post by Ozeboy on 10th August 2013, 05:04

Well done Warren and Isabelle, nice to see them in the Dutch trial garden. Hope they stand up to the European climate. Roses are as fashionable as woman's clothing, here today and old fashioned tomorrow. There are so many roses that are similar to what's been bred in the past 50 or so years. New unusual roses like 'Eyes for You' and the deep purples seem to be the flavour of the month now, anything different. A medal at our Australian trial gardens
seems absolutely necessary to get a rose accepted by the local nurseries. A lot of overseas roses are tested here and if successful winning a medal it is shown in the nursery catalogues.

I hope for your sake the roses prove to be different and grow well in their climate. Good luck Warren, I will follow your successes with great interest.

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Re: Ozzie Roses in Europe.

Post by Guest on 10th August 2013, 08:31

Thanks Bruce. Thats not a trial garden Bruce that is in a commercial nursery. The European taste in roses is a lot different than people here in Oz, ( high centred HT's are not as popular as here, polyantha types are very popular) . What I sent over to Europe offers them something new as in type,perfume and growth vigour, only those with very good health were sent and I am confident they will hold their heads up high over there.

Alot of overseas roses never get a medal but are still dumped in this country

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Re: Ozzie Roses in Europe.

Post by Ozeboy on 10th August 2013, 15:54

Warren I was under the impression they were at a commercial nursery and no doubt subject to culling by the commercial nursery over there. I see a lot of roses come in from overseas with a label that makes the difference but the roses are just same old thing.

You are right about the plants coming in from overseas,
Pope John Paul was awarded a bronze medal and an Aussie
took a silver at Trial Gardens up north where the conditions are very humid. It did better in SA with a Gold. I think the northern trial garden is better situated to sort the duds from the studs.
Wether we like it or not to get roses into commerce here they have to be trialled.
Once again, best of luck we are all waiting to see what happens.

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Post by Guest on 28th August 2013, 09:15

Just got word back from Belgium today that my roses are doing really well, health and vigour are extremely good as with the perfume. Daniel told the fellow in Holland to do a second batch of buddings of everything as to double up in numbers. Looks like everything is looking rosey

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Post by Ozeboy on 28th August 2013, 11:06

Well done Warren it's all looking good.

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Re: Ozzie Roses in Europe.

Post by Balinbear on 29th August 2013, 14:15

Mate it's all starting to work out for you. Fantastic
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Re: Ozzie Roses in Europe.

Post by Guest on 29th August 2013, 14:39

Thanks Gary, I have the next batch of young ones starting to put their first flower out. I am going to do a line of Polyantha types this year.

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Re: Ozzie Roses in Europe.

Post by Isabelle on 29th August 2013, 16:19

I confirm : Warren's roses are doing very well in Europe.
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Post by Ozeboy on 2nd September 2013, 10:48

Well done Isabelle and Warren, what a great team.

Sincerely hope your roses do well over there and capture some of the market.

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