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Post by SueH on 21st October 2014, 16:10

Yep!!!! Got all those!!! Gee, just may be it is!
Thanks David! You've given me hope!!!

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Post by jordan71 on 21st October 2014, 21:04

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Post by silkyfizz on 22nd October 2014, 00:45

Dan, your roses are stunning. Just lovely, and all so different. I must say I'm very taken by Glastonbury. Is the colour true? What can you tell me about this one?
It's hard to wait through drab and cold winter months but it's all worth it when spring arrives and our roses emerge. Love spring blooms!
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Post by jordan71 on 22nd October 2014, 07:07

silkyfizz wrote:Dan, your roses are stunning. Just lovely, and all so different. I must say I'm very taken by Glastonbury. Is the colour true? What can you tell me about this one?
It's hard to wait through drab and cold winter months but it's all worth it when spring arrives and our roses emerge. Love spring blooms!

Hi silky,

well Glastonbury is a David Austin rose as you would know , the colour is dark red fading to purple , initially when I first got it didn't have much growth but after few years it managed to triple in size , and so far haven't noticed any diseases .. the fragrance is nice and strong ,, as for repeat it occasionally repeats , overall if you like Austin roses , add it to your collection.
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Post by silkyfizz on 22nd October 2014, 11:18

Thanks Dan. That watermelon colour of Glastonbury really appeals to me. Fragrance -tick. Occasional repeat? Hmm.... Maybe this is a good reminder that I have no ROOM!! Lol.
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Post by jordan71 on 22nd October 2014, 19:26

yeah if u wanted more stable bloomer? then look at another option as Glastonbury is lazy lady LOL
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Post by jordan71 on 25th October 2014, 20:22

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Post by silkyfizz on 25th October 2014, 22:26

So many lovely ones there Dan. Looking pristine and happy. Pat Austin always looks glowing, love it. How do you find it? Also your thoughts on Soeur Emmanuelle please. I bought it earlier this year, planted winter but it hasn't put on a lot of growth yet. Maybe its a slow grower? I love its unusual fragrance.
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Post by jordan71 on 25th October 2014, 23:05

hi silky, love pat Austin.. such a great colour very eye catching and the fragrance is a bonus .. soeur I've had for two years now , its is slow growing initially it will do better in few years Smile
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Post by muscovyduckling on 25th October 2014, 23:44

Dan, I always see people whinging about how Pat Austin doesn't do well in the heat. How have you found him?
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Post by jordan71 on 26th October 2014, 06:26

hello musco, well pat Austin is a (SHE) haha. named after the late wife of mr Austin

I must admit she is better in part shade , cause once we get to over 30 deg her petals can burn

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Post by muscovyduckling on 26th October 2014, 13:52

Hahaha my bad! Good to know though Smile
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Post by silkyfizz on 26th October 2014, 14:31

That's good to know Dan, just in case I get Pat Austin one of these days. Something else will have to cark it first though. Lol
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Post by jordan71 on 26th October 2014, 14:38

hahaha silky
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Post by jordan71 on 29th October 2014, 19:07

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Post by silkyfizz on 29th October 2014, 23:11

Dan your roses are superb. They are all looking so scrumptious, can just about smell them. Strawberry Hill and Lady of Shallot especially nice. Is Hansa a rugosa? My Abraham Darby is a bit lighter than yours, more creamy pink, is yours in a bit of shade? I just love him, second year in the ground and so many huge blooms, I'm very happy. Eagerly awaiting my first flower from Firefighter, can't wait.
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Post by Ausrose on 30th October 2014, 05:15

Barrone E de Rothschild is a magnificent rose and along with Duet would be the most successful decorative class rose on the show bench in NSW. There are two sports of it that are available these being Louisa Jane and Frances Louise. These are also magnificent roses and do well on the show bench in the decorative class. Firefighter is a successful show rose with good form and colour with added bonus of magnificent fragrance. I must congratulate you on the photographs they are very professional.

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Post by jordan71 on 30th October 2014, 06:43

silkyfizz wrote:Dan your roses are superb. They are all looking so scrumptious, can just about smell them. Strawberry Hill and Lady of Shallot especially nice. Is Hansa a rugosa? My Abraham Darby is a bit lighter than yours, more creamy pink, is yours in a bit of shade? I just love him, second year in the ground and so many huge blooms, I'm very happy. Eagerly awaiting my first flower from Firefighter, can't wait.

Hi silky,

yes hansa is a rugosa , big roses but are very healthy and the perfume is nice..

Abraham darby is in part shade silky I find the colour better in part shade it gives you more of the peachy pink effect
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Post by jordan71 on 30th October 2014, 06:44

Ausrose wrote:Barrone E de Rothschild is a magnificent rose and along with Duet would be the most successful decorative class rose on the show bench in NSW. There are two sports of it that are available these being Louisa Jane and Frances Louise. These are also magnificent roses and do well on the show bench in the decorative class. Firefighter is a successful show rose with good form and colour with added bonus of magnificent fragrance. I must congratulate you on the photographs they are very professional.

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Post by SueH on 30th October 2014, 15:29

Dan, you are showing me/us up again!!! Your roses are beautiful. How do you find Firefighter? I've seen it in many nurseries.

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Post by jordan71 on 30th October 2014, 19:45

hi sure , firefighter is a nice red rose , to be honest initially its slow grower but now its growing quite a bit , the perfume is nice also .. It does do better in part shade well at least for me .. last year I had it in full sun when we had few days with 40 deg . the blooms got quite burned
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Post by SueH on 2nd November 2014, 16:15

Yes Dan, alot of my roses got burnt too. sounds just the rose I'm looking for for a "slighly" shady (at times) spot. Thanks!

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Post by Ausrose on 2nd November 2014, 19:43

Some of my roses are in pots and these get overhead watering twice a day and the amount of sunburn on these roses is minimal if at all. Before someone asks about fungal disease on these roses it is no worse or better than other beds that get watered by a drip system. What I have noticed the overhead watered roses rarely get spider mite.

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Post by AutumnDamask on 3rd November 2014, 12:12

Lovely selection, Dan. Smile
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