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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 11th October 2014, 07:45

Sue is the fence, the old fashioned timber paling or modern colour bond ?
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Post by SueH on 12th October 2014, 15:44

Thanks silky. I'll nip down to Coles!

David, it is an old fashioned paling fence. Why? Got an idea? Idea Fingers Crossed Thumbsup

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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 12th October 2014, 16:12

Tightly strung fishing line so they can not walk along the tops.

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Post by neptune on 12th October 2014, 17:07

roseman wrote:Tightly strung fishing line so they can not walk along the tops.



or go to your local carpet dealer and see if he as any old carpet hold down strips of wood which you can nail to the top of your fence....... Twisted Evil
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Post by jordan71 on 13th October 2014, 07:39

Bloody Possums grrr
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Post by jordan71 on 13th October 2014, 11:06

CANDLELIGHT
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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 13th October 2014, 12:23

How do you rate Sarah Van Fleet Dan. I tried to purchase it this year but it was sold out, I will get in a bit earlier next year.

Dan you have a PM and email, please read them, thanks David.
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Post by jordan71 on 13th October 2014, 12:30

roseman wrote:How do you rate Sarah Van Fleet Dan. I tried to purchase it this year but it was sold out, I will get in a bit earlier next year.

Dan you have a PM and email, please read them, thanks David.

she is a good rose david, very clean and no sign of disease , and good bloomer even though it has one flush.. the scent is great too
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Post by SueH on 13th October 2014, 12:41

Ditto!!  I think I'll go with the carpet strips AND (!!) the fishing line!  Wonder if an electronic, automatic spotlight would also work? Hmmmm

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Post by silkyfizz on 13th October 2014, 12:44

I always love looking at your roses Dan. All lovely but Pat Austin always seems to call to me, maybe it's that rich colour. You have so many out already, I'm just a teeny bit jealous Lol
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Post by SueH on 13th October 2014, 12:46

Sorry, forgot to complement you on your terrific roses Dan.  I'm really taken with Candlelight and Rosette Delizy.  You have some lovely roses, ones I've never seen before!  Where do you get them all from?

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Post by Ausrose on 13th October 2014, 12:49

Excellent Photos. My Candlelight blooms are more yellow than the photograph you put up Jordan.
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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 13th October 2014, 17:12

I wonder if the difference between your colour and Dans, the "unknown factor" soils, fertilizer, sun/shade, Doug.
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Post by Ausrose on 13th October 2014, 18:32

Could anyone of those things or a combination of them or perhaps it could be the photograph not being true to colour as I know the one I put up is true to colour of my bush. Perhaps Jordan could comment.


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Post by neptune on 13th October 2014, 18:48

Four different cameras will give you four different colors......I know with my dlsr that I can change the settings and get different colors.... its all to do with lighting.....
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Post by Ausrose on 13th October 2014, 18:55

John I think what you have said is more than likely to be the money ball.

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Post by jordan71 on 13th October 2014, 19:40

SueH wrote:Sorry, forgot to complement you on your terrific roses Dan.  I'm really taken with Candlelight and Rosette Delizy.  You have some lovely roses, ones I've never seen before!  Where do you get them all from?

thanks sue. I have way too many roses and not enough room , I really have to stop getting more .. I would say probably I wont be getting anymore till I move to a bigger place .. lot of work in pots and it doesn't help that I work in a nursery as well LOL
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Post by jordan71 on 13th October 2014, 19:42

Ausrose wrote:Excellent Photos. My Candlelight blooms are more yellow than the photograph you put up Jordan.
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yeah mine are usually more yellow, it is the first one of the season , I guess it might be the position..
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Post by Ausrose on 14th October 2014, 08:21

I was surprised to read Candlelight is classified as a Hybrid Tea in Modern Roses. It will be very hard to place in a rose society show in NSW as it has the characteristics of a shrub rose.

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Post by SueH on 14th October 2014, 13:22

Ausrose wrote:I was surprised to read Candlelight is classified as a Hybrid Tea in Modern Roses. It will be very hard to place in a rose society show in NSW as it has the characteristics of a shrub rose.

Now to you experts, this is going to seem a silly question! What is the difference between a "bush" rose and a "shrub" rose? Size?

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Post by Ausrose on 14th October 2014, 14:06

When referring to a  Shrub it  is a particular category of rose as is Hybdrid Tea, Floribunda, Grandiflora, Miniflora, Miniature etc. a bush rose is the way the rose grows.

The rose categories listed can be grown as a bush roses or a standard roses.

Hybrid Tea - Pope John Paul11, Amazing Grace(Chapman)
Floribunda - Brass Band, Flemington Racecourse(Chapman)
Grandiflora - Queen Elizabeth, 100 Not Out(Walsh)
Shrub - Love's Gift(Thomson), Paris 2000
Miniflora - Lennie(Hains), Red Gem(Chapman)
Miniature -Irresistible, Delicious(Welsh)

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Post by SueH on 15th October 2014, 15:39

Thank you Doug. So am I right in saying, it's just the particular way it grows?
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Post by jordan71 on 20th October 2014, 08:15

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Post by SueH on 21st October 2014, 13:37

Ah Ha! I espy a thorn on your Z. Drouhin! I thought and was told, they are thornless. Last Autumn, we had a discussion on this and Bunnings selling them. I bought one - full of thorns - just to see if it really was Z. D! Still waiting for the first flower to come out. So, am I wrong with this thought? Sorry - Hijack

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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 21st October 2014, 15:51

Sue, this is from HMF,

Tall, climbing, thornless (or almost). Matte, light green foliage.
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