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Post by martino on 8th October 2013, 01:54

Hi all, just wondering if anybody has Dioressence rose by delbard and what it is like??

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Post by jordan71 on 8th October 2013, 07:04

hey Martino , I've had mine for three years , it is a slow growing rose IMO. the blooms are beautiful colour and the scent is great , I haven't had any problems with black spot or mildew, altogether it is a good rose , just the growing process is very slow .
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Post by betsyw on 8th October 2013, 09:35

Martino, silky adores this rose. If you can, change your title to "Info on Dioressence", and I am sure she will leap in with all the info you need. She's almost talked me into getting one...
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Post by silkyfizz on 8th October 2013, 10:30

Hahaha, you're right Betsy, I'm leaping in!
Martino, this is one rose I wouldn't be without. The most glorious coloured flowers and the perfume is head-spinningly wonderful. French perfume. Yes, it takes a little time to get really established, like many roses, but she is a beauty and grows quite easily. Good health too. She grows alongside Chartreusse De Palme which tends to get BS but it doesn't seem to affect her. Doesn't mind growing with other plants. Mine is nearly swamped with forget-me-nots, bluebells and irises, she just forges ahead doing her sweet thing. Repeat is excellent, flowers don't frizzle in the heat or turn to sludge in the wet, like Blue Moon. Mine is about 1.3m tall.These pics are from last season.
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Post by betsyw on 8th October 2013, 11:12

How do you think she would go in a 24" pot, silk?
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Post by neptune on 8th October 2013, 14:22

betsyw wrote:. If you can, change your title to "Info on Dioressence", and I am sure she will leap in with all the info you need.
 
 
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Post by betsyw on 8th October 2013, 14:24

Thank you, Genie
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Post by SueH on 8th October 2013, 15:53

Just Lovely Silky!!!

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Post by jordan71 on 8th October 2013, 18:36

lol silky you should be an agent for delbard especially ( dioressence )
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Post by betsyw on 8th October 2013, 18:43

Definitely delbard should pay her promotional fees. I'm so utterly sold now on Dioressence. Trouble will be getting it . The bareroot season is finished, and I'm at a l,oss. My Bunnings specialises in clapped-out Icebergs and Mr Lincolns, and wretched sticks of Double Delight (which I loathe even when it's not a wretched stick). Must ring around.
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Post by Dimity Cottage on 8th October 2013, 18:58

What beautiful photos Silky. I'm sold. You must have a beautiful gardens, sounds wonderful. Please post some pics of your garden......   Photographer
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Post by silkyfizz on 8th October 2013, 20:03

betsyw wrote:Definitely delbard should pay her promotional fees.
Haha Betsy. I wish! I think you would be happy with Dioressence if you happen to find it. I haven't actually seen it anywhere in the last couple of years.
Jordan, I really like a lot of the Delbard roses, I'm happy to recommend them if they actually live up to my standards. One I haven't got but would like is Henri Matisse but wish it had more fragrance. Actually I happened to be at Bunnings today and snaffled 4 Fairy Magnolias! Woohoo! Now just have to dig a nice big bed for a hedge to back up my rose vista.
Dianne thank you for kind comments. My garden is just a suburban block, not as large a garden as I would like. Some parts I really like, other bits are brand new, some parts leave a lot to be desired but I try not to look at those! I will take some photos when some roses are out.
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Post by martino on 9th October 2013, 01:33

thanks to all for the info, lovely pics silky such a delightful rose Dioressence and very hard to come by i happen to find it at a local bunnings dirt cheap $15 potted only one though.

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Post by dannyboy on 9th October 2013, 03:57

Purchased my first Delbards this season France Libre,Henri Matisse and Cote d Azure looking forward to them.

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Post by Dimity Cottage on 9th October 2013, 06:14

Danny, I have had 2 x Madam Bovary standards for 2 years and they are growing beautifully. The flowers are so big and healthy.
I am sure you will be happy with the varieties you have chosen.  
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Post by jordan71 on 9th October 2013, 07:28

few delbards

chartreuse de parme
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NAHEMA
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Post by Dimity Cottage on 9th October 2013, 11:38

Oh, Jordan I envoy you, you have go many Beautiful Roses, how long have you been growing and collecting and what prompted your love of Roses??? I would be truly interested to know but I will start a Topic and will call it When did you begin your interest in Roses???That way we won't be in trouble for going off topic. Please everyone let us know when you began????  
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Post by silkyfizz on 9th October 2013, 12:40

Martino, lucky you! That was quite a find. I'm sure you'll love Dioressence as much as I do.
Danny, please let us know how you go with them. Particularly Henri Matisse and how fragrant it is, or not.
Jordan your roses are looking so good and to have so many flowering already! Tell me how PLEASE....
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Post by SueH on 9th October 2013, 15:42

Fabulous Jordan! I'd like to know your secret to having so many flowering too! We're not worthy 

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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 9th October 2013, 16:42

IMO, the short of it is "most" of Dan's are in pots, smaller area to "heat", then add water and food, next comes the flowers. soils in general need 14c for things to grow
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Post by silkyfizz on 9th October 2013, 21:35

Ah, thanks Roseman, that sounds logical and makes me feel much better.
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Post by jordan71 on 10th October 2013, 07:01

lol
I do give them plenty of water and food
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Post by silkyfizz on 10th October 2013, 11:35

I know you do Jordan. Tender loving care is obvious with the beautiful roses you share with us. You are far more disciplined than me!
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Post by SueH on 10th October 2013, 13:39

Thank you Jordan and roseman. I didn't know the soil temperature for growth. Beautiful roses anyway! They must make you very proud Jordan!

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Post by jordan71 on 10th October 2013, 18:43

very proud , the hard work pays off
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