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Post by jordan71 on 12th September 2013, 07:26

nice pics dianne
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Post by Happy roses on 12th September 2013, 07:48

Very nice Dianne, worth the wait Very Happy 
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Post by Dimity Cottage on 12th September 2013, 10:30

Well what a learning curve that was & thanks so much to everyone again. The next time I put up photos they will of my roses more advanced as these were after pruning & when just getting a fresh go on.

The Rose I am trying to identify was brought by me from a nursery on the highway near Coffs Harbour & I have no idea of the name of the Nursery. The Rose starts out darker pink than that in the bud & new leaf growth is Redish. the leaves you can see belong to Le Marque, this rose has leaves that are roundish & redish when new changing to a Mid Green they are quite tough when mature. It is a Climbing Rose & the stems on maturing are thumb thickness & thorns are greyish, longish & flatish (not ones that stand up in the air). The Rose has been in the ground for around 10yrs was very slow to start off with, then slow to flower only producing one single now and again, but this year it has started producing clusters of around 4-5 blooms. The flowers measure around 4" 10cms across. For so long I have wanted to know its name any help would be great.
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Post by SueH on 12th September 2013, 11:30

What a lovely garden and Well Done Dianne!! I'm dreading the day I want to post photos! Will get my son to do it - like Maree, I'm not technical and he can't understand me!!
Thank you for taking the trouble to including the Auriculas, I have decided to have a go with them myself. Your Eranthemum is beautiful too. Photographer 

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Post by Dimity Cottage on 12th September 2013, 11:53

Do have a go at the Auriculas, as I was so worried as I planted 22 of them and thought what a horrible expense if they die. I just didn't want to plant anything else in that spot. I have found putting the gravel around the top of them keeps them cool and the stems from getting too wet.
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Post by neptune on 12th September 2013, 12:25

SueH wrote:  I'm dreading the day I want to post  photos!  Will get my son to do it - like Maree, I'm not technical and he can't understand me!!
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Post by SueH on 12th September 2013, 13:00

Awww .... Thanks Neptune! You're great!! You realize I will take you up on that!  

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Post by Alee on 12th September 2013, 16:07

Very nice Dianne. What are those white flowers in pots near the white chair.

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Post by Dimity Cottage on 12th September 2013, 19:57

Hi Alee, The flowers are Azaleas in the big pots, they did put on a beautiful show this year. They are still in flower now even though it is warming up quickly. How do Roses grow in your part of the World.
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Post by Dimity Cottage on 19th September 2013, 19:28

Updated photos from Dimity Cottage - Hope you Enjoy them, they aren't great but they are the result of what I do day in day out. There are a lot of plants, roses & perennials still to flower.

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