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Some of my potted roses

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Some of my potted roses

Post by paulh on 3rd March 2014, 02:15

Had the camera out today so a snapping I did go lol

(1) Neptune: not that old but already around 7' high [You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]

(2) Maurice Utrillo: HMF says it grows up to 80cm, this one is already about 150cm [You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]

(3) Gift of Grace: has shoot right up as well [You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]

(4) Hot cocoa: this rose has taken all season to take off, it just wouldn't move much until just recently [You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]




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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 3rd March 2014, 06:26

I would be guessing but I think your height is obtained due to them chasing the sun, the one's on the fence. Hot Cocoa, which direction is is the sun on it. They are looking healthy Paul. Well done.
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Post by silkyfizz on 3rd March 2014, 11:03

They are looking good Paul. Yes maybe they are reaching for the sun but the ones nearby don't have that reaching growth so maybe not. Whatever, the mixture in your pots must be a ripper, judging by the growth and health. Good to see whole plant pics of roses in pots.
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Post by paulh on 3rd March 2014, 14:37

Thanks peoples, hot cocoa neptune gets the arvo sun, Maurice gift o g gets the morning sun
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Post by Ausrose on 3rd March 2014, 19:31

These are two plants of Joyce Abounding(Chapman) I grew from cuttings just prior to them receiving a summer prune to get them ready for the Sydney Royal Easter Show.

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Post by maree on 3rd March 2014, 19:48

Looking good Paul , Joyce Abounding looks like a nice rose , good luck Ausrose .. 
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Post by Ausrose on 3rd March 2014, 20:34

Thank you Maree for your good wishes. The AQ and I always feel we win by just taking part in the three shows as they are great days out. The days are demanding as we begin putting our roses on the bench at 4a.m. and generally leave after the night fireworks.

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Post by silkyfizz on 3rd March 2014, 21:41

Wow Ausrose. Grown from cuttings and full of health and vigour. Lovely colour in those flowers. I wish you luck at the Royal Easter show. It sure takes dedication to start at 4am!
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Post by paulh on 3rd March 2014, 23:09

There awesome ausrose, are you say that they are own root roses?
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Post by neptune on 4th March 2014, 00:10

Ausrose wrote: as we begin putting our roses on the bench at 4a.m.

4am!!!!..... just getting up then.......we wouldn't be allowed into the halls till 7am....
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Post by Ausrose on 4th March 2014, 09:22

John the Sydney Royal Easter Show is a 24/7 event and exhibitors can gain access to the Southee Pavilion in which the various categories of flowers are shown from 10 p.m. the night before their scheduled show. Exhibitors can drive right up to the pavilion however the cars must be removed to parking areas adjacent to the show ground by 8 a.m.prior to the commencement of the show  the next day.  

Yes the Joyce Aboundings (Chapman) are ones I grew from cuttings I have eight in all like the ones in the photo.Other roses that I have for exhibiting that have been grown from cuttings include a magnificent specimen of Irresistible that is 5ft tall and 3ft across and from that rose.  I have six cuttings  that are now well established and are about 3ft by 2ft bushes. I also have four cuttings of Red Gem (Chapman)which are ready to be repotted into permanent homes of bigger pots.  Another  bush that grew I from a cutting  is  of the hybrid tea Tineke and this bush gave the AQ and I a champion exhibition bloom ribbon some years back. My first lot of bushes from cuttings were of the floribunda Imp (Dawson) that are still growing like weeds ten years on. My only disaster with cuttings occurred about three years ago when I struck 9 Pope John Paul 11 cuttings out of ten I planted and lost all but one when I repotted them when they were 18 months old. The failure was due to human error i.e. I forgot to water them during a hot spell. Now I have a watering system that has a timer so this doesn't happen anymore.

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Post by Happy roses on 9th March 2014, 13:44

Looking good, could I ask Paul and Ausrose what they use in their pots?
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Post by paulh on 9th March 2014, 23:08

Happy roses wrote:Looking good, could I ask Paul and Ausrose what they use in their pots?

Thanks Happy, if you would like to visit my web site, livingwithroses.weebly.com
and look under the page title "Planting", there you will find what my potting methods are,
hope this helps....  
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Post by Happy roses on 10th March 2014, 06:53

thanks paul, will do.
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