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Re: New to Rosetalk

Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 27th August 2013, 21:40

Is this rose in the USA, Secret Garden Musk Climber.
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Post by betsyw on 27th August 2013, 21:46

The very one. I've read about its amazing, hypnotic clove-pink fragrance for several years now, all over gardenweb. If I could only have one more rose, this would be the one. There are a few members' comments in HMF that attest to the experience of the scent.

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Re: New to Rosetalk

Post by Ozeboy on 27th August 2013, 23:48

betsyw, 'Sweet Chariot' (Ownroot) is OK to take anytime in a pot. Not suitable for bareroot shipping until next winter when more mature.

There has been a lot of interest in this rose from breeders.

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Re: New to Rosetalk

Post by betsyw on 28th August 2013, 04:19

Okay, Ozeboy, great news!. Don't know when I will be heading toward Glenorie in the very near future, sooo...

In the meantime, I will PM you my email address. Can you supply your banking details, and I will transfer money for 2 SWs immediately to hold them. Those two are MINE! No breeders need apply ;-)))))))))))))))))))))))
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Re: New to Rosetalk

Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 28th August 2013, 12:57

Betsy why not get some seed sent from people that grow it in the USA
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Post by betsyw on 28th August 2013, 15:56

SEED? Roseman, it's me you're talking to, the urban instant gratification chick. The only thing that has ever grown from seed for me are nasturtiums. Never even had any luck with stupid chives. Tells the story, doesn't it?

Also, I believe that many hoops are involved. Even if I could persuade some stranger in the USA to collect seed for me (waving money doesn't work in these cases, necessarily), there are the labyrinthine Oz customs permits to negotiate.
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Re: New to Rosetalk

Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 28th August 2013, 22:49

There is no backhanded deal here, straightforward, no customs.
A note to say what is in the package.
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Re: New to Rosetalk

Post by SueH on 29th August 2013, 16:26

Roseman, can you do this - get someone to send you rose seeds through the post, as long as they put in a note/declare them? Won't they have to go through quarantine and all that goes with it?

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Re: New to Rosetalk

Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 29th August 2013, 22:43

Sue, it is legal as long as it is done correct and protocols followed. Yes quarantine might physically inspect them or x-ray them, if the note is attached to the parcel is correct they may let them through.

Sue, PM me and we can discuss this further if you are interested.
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Re: New to Rosetalk

Post by betsyw on 29th August 2013, 23:20

Has anyone here actually imported seeds?
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Re: New to Rosetalk

Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 30th August 2013, 06:15

Yes Betsy, about 18mths ago I received  around 400 seeds from a friend in the USA.
Warren might also chime in and mention that he has.
Simon the fella that set Rosetalk up has been doing it for some years now. There are others I know in Aus which have done successfully as well.
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Re: New to Rosetalk

Post by betsyw on 30th August 2013, 06:49

Bloody brilliant!
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Re: New to Rosetalk

Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 30th August 2013, 06:51

I can give you details over the weekend
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