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Post by jordan71 on 26th January 2014, 21:50

only few teas in my collection , one that I want to get is rose delizy Smile
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Post by silkyfizz on 26th January 2014, 22:43

My one and only tea is Francis Dubrueil, which I planted last season. What a gorgeous creature she is, no regrets there.
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Post by muscovyduckling on 27th January 2014, 07:54

Oh Dan, I really like rosette delizy! I was tossing up between her and Marie von Hautte for ages.

Good to know silky, I will go ahead with my tea bed in that case! This spot will get 6 hours of sun in spring and 8 hours in summer.. Do you think my little baby roses will do ok there?
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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 27th January 2014, 07:59

muscovyduckling wrote:Oh Dan, I really like rosette delizy! I was tossing up between her and Marie von Hautte for ages.

Good to know silky, I will go ahead with my tea bed in that case! This spot will get 6 hours of sun in spring and 8 hours in summer.. Do you think my little baby roses will do ok there?

Zoe they will survive with a bit of care I am sure, don't forget as they are older style of rose they will not need all the fussing of the moderns.
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Post by Balinbear on 27th January 2014, 08:17

silkyfizz wrote:My one and only tea is Dubrueil, which I planted last season. What a gorgeous creature she is, no regrets there.

Research by the Tea Ladies has found that Francis is not the real one is most likely a hybrid Perpetual or something similar. Teas by their nature do not have a strong perfume and Francis has quite a strong scent.
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Post by Balinbear on 27th January 2014, 08:22

Octavis Wels and Mrs Dudley Cross are both great roses. Both have flowers that vary in colour depending on the time of year. Mrs Dudley Cross is a strong grower. A "few" years ago we got some bare root roses did not have the space for them and rather than put them in pots for a while we put the roses into the ground where we could dig them out later. All bar Mrs Dudley and Comm de Larbathe Clg were shifted with the latter two growing so fast that we decided to build a new garden around them.
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Post by Debbie G on 27th January 2014, 09:26

Thank you Balinbear! It's always hard picking roses without seeing them, and mostly the pictures are just of the flower, not the bush. I suppose it's a bit like internet dating. One of the things I liked about Mrs Dudley was that she has almost no thorns, and I want her to grow near a path.

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Post by muscovyduckling on 28th January 2014, 10:33

Now for the Alba's, I'm thinking I would like to try Felicite Parmentier and Semi Plena. Anyone grow these two?
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Post by rosebud on 28th January 2014, 14:31

I took a risk (given our climate) and planted Felicite Parmentier from Misty's last winter.  She is absolutely gorgeously pale pink, multi-petalled, with a deliciously true rose perfume.  Spring flowering only but worth it, I think.  Love the grey/green leaves as a change from shiny, smooth green of modern roses. She has suffered with competition from a too close large black wattle during the hot dry weather but is valiantly putting on new growth now after some extra watering and recent low rainfall.  I'm hoping she copes with the wet when it comes!
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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 28th January 2014, 16:14

Here is Felicite to drool over Zoe,
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Post by muscovyduckling on 28th January 2014, 17:34

Thanks Roseman and Rosebud Smile I know they're once-blooming, but how long do they bloom for?
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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 28th January 2014, 17:39

Normally the first to flower or called spring flowering, I hope this helps.
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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 28th January 2014, 18:00

My 2014 list from Thomas's
Adolf Horstmann, Alison, Apollo, Belle Blonde, Berolina, Buccaneer, Diorama, Fantasasia 43, Gold Glow, Golden Anniversary, Golden Choice, Golden Emblem, Golden Friendship, Golden Gate, Golden Girl, Golden State, Grandmere Jenny, Grandpa Dickson, Gulgong Gold, Kabuki, Lemon Elegance, Lemon Glow, Lemon Spice, McGredys Yellow, Old Timer, Sun King, China Town, Golden Delight, Courvoiser, Mermaid, Souv. De Mme Boullet, Speks Yellow, Sunny June, Golden Dawn, Perle Des Jardines, Squatters Dream, Golden Moss, Casnery Bird, Harisonii, Old Scotch Yellow,
I have not looked at Bourbons, Damasks, Gallicas, YET.
Or other nurseries.
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Post by muscovyduckling on 28th January 2014, 18:36

Hahah David, that is a big old list of yellows!
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Post by jordan71 on 28th January 2014, 18:50

Felicite Parmentier is a nice rose , had that for few years now, did have few pics not sure where they went Sad
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Post by betsyw on 28th January 2014, 19:17

David, I just have to assume that you will also be getting "The Golden Child" from Swane's  sunny 
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Post by silkyfizz on 28th January 2014, 22:32

Roseman I see your love affair with yellows continues unabated. Lol
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Post by rosebud on 29th January 2014, 10:35

Muscovyduckling ... I can't recall how long F.Parmentier bloomed for....I just recall enjoying her, especially her perfume, over several weeks. Strangely, I didn't take any photos!!
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Post by rosebud on 29th January 2014, 10:48

The rose list is constantly being revised. I'm coveting more noisettes, but given my less than brimming success with them I'm a little nervous. I've just 'discovered' ramblers to complement other climbers on a number of arches recently constructed by an enthusiastic family member! The pressure is on to cover these very large arches to soften them - hence my interest in rampant ramblers! So, I am including 'Edna Walling' on my list. Has anyone grown her? From the Mistydown's catalogue her blooms look like white 'Svnr de St.Anne's', although HMF pic is not as flattering.
Other climbers/ramblers on my list include Tea Rambler, Adelaide de'Orleans, Felicete et Perpetue and Ghislaine de Feligonde (which looks scrumptious). If anyone has grown G.de Feligonde I'd love to know about it also.
And as usual, I'm hoping to add to my Tea rose collection with Rubens, Dr Grill, Rozette de Lizzy, Anna Olivier, Peace 1902 ... the list will no doubt grow...
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Post by rosebud on 29th January 2014, 10:50

Oh, and I forgot to add Lamarque (which I gather from Balinbear is a 'goer' in our climate) ...delicious!!
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Post by betsyw on 29th January 2014, 11:11

Lamarque, Reve D'Or, Mme Alfred Carriere - rosebud, these should be divine and lush and bullet-proof for you. Which noisies gave you a hard time?

I myself can only grow the most obliging plants in any category (still managed to nearly kill ivy one year), and the latter two of the above were easy-peasy.
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Post by muscovyduckling on 29th January 2014, 17:17

Lamarque is on my list too. I'm very very excited about the violet fragrance. I'm chopping down a grape vine in our sunroom just to make room for lamarque...

I have never heard of Ghislaine.. Where, pray tell, will you be purchasing this one from?
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Post by Debbie G on 29th January 2014, 18:04

Lamarque is stunning, and seems to always be in flower. The perfume is beautiful, the flowers are sumptuous. Hardly any thorns. We grow it over one end of a long pergola, I'm planning to plant Mme Alfred on the other end.
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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 29th January 2014, 18:52

muscovyduckling wrote:

I have never heard of Ghislaine.. Where, pray tell, will you be purchasing this one from?

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Post by rosebud on 29th January 2014, 19:01

Goodness, the grapevine chop sounds rather drastic!  Ah, but all for the love of a rose!!!
The noisettes that have been problematic thus far have been Crepescule and Narrow Water.  Both are gorgeous but NW is definitely not coping well with our climate.  I'm hoping that in our cooler and wetter Autumn they will both put on a little more growth.  I already have Reve d'Or and Mme Alfred Carriere.  Mme A is definitely bullet proof and the Reve has been struggling but is in a very exposed spot right now.  As the garden grows and develops this will improve.  
I have no idea at this stage where I'll find Ghislaine in Australia, if at all.  Thanks for the link, roseman.  I'll follow it up - after all, the hunt is part of the fun!
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