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Post by Ausrose on 15th February 2014, 14:40

At this time of the year the major nurseries reveal their new releases for the coming bare root season.

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Apache, Red Riding Hood, Garden Delight, Addictive Lure, Winter Sun, Dwarf Fairy, Light My Fire, Princess Anne & SAS Golden Jubilee.

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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 16th February 2014, 07:16

Here is what is on offer from a couple of nurseries,

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It appears that Ross Roses do not either,

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Re: New Releases

Post by Happy roses on 16th February 2014, 12:20

I like the Daniel Morecombe rose, nice red. Always on the look out for a good red rose.
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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 16th February 2014, 12:23

Who's got it, Happy.
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Re: New Releases

Post by Ausrose on 16th February 2014, 16:53

Bargains on Swane's website

$13.95 - Atomic Blonde, Hot Cocoa, Marilyn Monroe, Neptune, Sweet Intoxication, Tuscan Sun

$15.95 Pope John Paul 11

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Post by Happy roses on 17th February 2014, 08:38

Just saw it on the Wagner's Rose nursery site, Roseman, in the links you put up.
Will be keeping an eye out for it.
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Re: New Releases

Post by Ausrose on 20th February 2014, 11:28

Ross Roses are releasing four new roses this year.


Hans Heysen’®  (Shrub)
World renown South Australian artist Hans Heysen was much loved for his rural scenes painted in the Adelaide Hills, and his beautiful flower studies using roses from his own garden. This new rose is reminiscent of Victorian times with sweet fragrance and delightful pink ruffled blooms, so typical of the roses he painted. Bred by George Thomson here is a neat, hardy and healthy shrub, which thrives in our hot summers and on going for most of the year.

‘Loving Memories’®  Hybrid Tea
A rose given with love will always be special. Planted in remembrance is a living memorial. Here is a romantic pink rose of classic style, with an Award winning intensely sweet rose fragrance. The large Hybrid Tea blooms are produced on long stems from spring through to early winter, on a healthy bush to 1.5 metres tall. Another winner from George Thomson.

‘Paddy Muecke’®  Hybrid Tea
Lovingly remembered by all those who knew her. To commemorate Paddy’s long life it is fitting to select the most beautiful rose possible. A lover of roses all her life, she was Past President and Life Member of the South Australian Rose Society, and a dedicated member of Heritage Roses in Australia.
This rose is a glowing salmon-pink with classic buds opening into large, sweetly fragrant blooms. Borne on long stems with very few thorns the bush is very healthy and tolerates hot summers. Hybridised by George Thomson and one of his loveliest. Ross Roses are pleased to honour this charming lady with her own rose.

‘Red Gem’®  MiniFlora  
Belonging to a new class of miniature roses known as MiniFlora, the dainty glowing red blooms are freely produced on a compact bush up to 70cm tall. ‘Red Gem’ flowers in small clusters all over the neat bush and is excellent as a cutting flower. Ideal for pots, or in gardens with limited space. Award winning rose bred by Bruce Chapman, joins his 2013 release Miniflora ’Joyce Abounding’.


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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 20th February 2014, 12:25

Doug, the two from George sound good, there not listed on HMF yet and I can't seem to find any photo's of them, have you got any that you can share.
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Re: New Releases

Post by paulh on 21st February 2014, 00:14

Ok, I've emailed Swanes twice now to ask a simple question, however no one will reply. My question is: would Swanes graft Soul Sister aka Koko Loco on to Fortuniana understock and post to Perth. Not a hard question one would think [You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]
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Post by neptune on 21st February 2014, 00:42

there answer might be .......why should we go and look for a fortuniana understock to graft one SS on to it and then it might not take. Then there is quarantine costs and paper work before the cost of sending it over for one person. Economically it would not be viable unless you want to pay for everything. Time, labor, etc......basically this rose could cost you around $200......hmmmmm
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Post by paulh on 21st February 2014, 00:59

neptune wrote:there answer might be .......why should we go and look for a fortuniana understock to graft one SS on to it and then it might not take. Then there is quarantine costs and paper work before the cost of sending it over for one person. Economically it would not be viable unless you want to pay for everything. Time, labor, etc......basically this rose could cost you around $200......hmmmmm

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I think I better lobby someone here in Perth, I like the rose but not to that sought of price.
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Re: New Releases

Post by maree on 21st February 2014, 15:11

Ausrose , those two Ross Roses pinks ,look like my sorta rose for sure , better keep an eye out for those ..
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Re: New Releases

Post by Ausrose on 25th February 2014, 22:08

David I did receive some photos of from Ross Roses recently however neither of those roses were in the collection.

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