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Some of my autumn roses

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Re: Some of my autumn roses

Post by silkyfizz on 6th April 2014, 18:48

Thanks Paul. Yes, Joy of Life is lovely, especially newly opened flowers. Non stop bloomer.
Maree Crown Princess looks wonderful! Can't wait to see some pictures next summer. Actually being so close to your water tank could be an advantage. It can send its roots down under the tank, moist and cool. Bingo, magnificent covered arch!
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Post by maree on 6th April 2014, 21:22

Lol Silky hadn't thought of that , Betsy what is it with Double Delight i wonder , i've never liked that rose , but my mum and sisters love it , they talked me into planting it one time and after a while i dug it up and gave it back them them lol ha ha ...    Carole what a nice present a rose !!
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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 7th April 2014, 06:20

Betsy, there is a chance we might get aflower before Winter so I will post it then, don't take that many photo's of the roses.

NOTE, to self, self take more photo's of our roses,  Headbang Dooh Photographer 
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Post by betsyw on 7th April 2014, 12:08

David, I didn't mean to pressure Carole for a pic. If you get one of teh whole climber at some point, then well and good, but God knows there are plenty on HMF. Just always like to see the handiwork of my fellow members ;-))

Want to see some of mine right now? Sure, if you find bare twigs aesthetically pleasing or you're seriously into schadenfreude
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Re: Some of my autumn roses

Post by Balinbear on 9th April 2014, 22:41

Some flowers from our place today:

Bon Seliene
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"Katherine Lee" (Mme Lambard x Beauty of Glenhurst (I think otherwise it is a Mme Lambard OP)[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]

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Isabella Sprunt
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Mme Lambard
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Re: Some of my autumn roses

Post by silkyfizz on 9th April 2014, 22:59

Your garden is looking very lush Balinbear. I love Isabella Sprunt especially with the white and blue perennials to set her off. Romantic and elegant.
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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 10th April 2014, 05:57

Amazing Gary  Thumbsup 
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Post by Debbie G on 13th April 2014, 16:40

Your garden is beautiful Balinbear! William James Wright is a lovely looking fellow, and so are all the rest. I'm with Silkie, the companion plants are perfect with your roses. And i love the tantalising glimpses across the rest of the garden.

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Post by Balinbear on 13th April 2014, 20:11

Thanks folks. It is amazing what a bit of rain will do. The roses and the rest have been pretty sad this summer.
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Post by muscovyduckling on 13th April 2014, 23:23

Gee Gary, I can only hope my teas will look half as magnificent as yours. Your garden is just so lovely.
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Post by neptune on 14th April 2014, 01:01

and they came up trumps, gary....well done
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