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Autumn Garden in Queensland

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Re: Autumn Garden in Queensland

Post by rosebud on 8th May 2014, 18:22

Goodness! Is your Mrs B R Cant a climber, Balinbear? I have 2 Mrs B R's and they are large shrubs but had not heard of her as a climber? She is very beautiful, whatever form she takes ...
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Post by Balinbear on 8th May 2014, 21:27

We are not sure whether they are a climbers but they do a bloody good imitation if they are not. I spoke to Billy West (one of the tea ladies) about it and she believes that teas will naturally climb if they are put on something to climb upon. I tend to think our BR Cants are like this. They are generally a big shrub so given the opportunity I think they just leek going. We have them on arches, pergola and on the shelter. We planted one recently on a pillar and we have a couple we are trying to keep as shrubs.

All of ours came from a cutting we got from somewhere that neither of us can remember. We propagated on and we have quite a few around the place. For some reason we are now having troubles growing more from cuttings (actually we are having trouble getting any to take) but we intend to keeping on trying.
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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 9th May 2014, 05:53

Gary, are you using wood from the original BR Cant or from others that you have propagated ?
Sorry to thread jack for a minute.
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Re: Autumn Garden in Queensland

Post by rosebud on 9th May 2014, 09:48

Thanks, Balinbear. I had another look at my BR's and can see how they could be encouraged to climb. Another of my teas, Mrs Reynolds Hole, is definitely a candidate for a climber - long tentacles everywhere!
And I'd also like to know if you've used wood from the mother plant for all your cuttings (thanks Roseman).
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Post by Balinbear on 9th May 2014, 13:57

The "mother plant" gave us 4 plants. Subsequent to that we have grown probably 20 from the cutting grown plants so I don't think this is an issue.

Our success rate for cuttings (apart from Borderer) has be pretty abysmal of late. Even Comm de Labarthe which we could strike by cutting a bit off and sticking it into the ground .has struggled.The weather was pretty hot over summer so that may have had a lot to do with it.
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Re: Autumn Garden in Queensland

Post by Balinbear on 10th May 2014, 21:39

A few more photos to warm up all of you down south:

Monsieur Tillier
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Comtesse Riza du Parc (As sold in Australia)
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Re: Autumn Garden in Queensland

Post by silkyfizz on 10th May 2014, 22:07

Thanks for warming me up Balinbear. I need it, it's damn cold here. That M. Tillier is such a beauty, it's a rose that has that special something. Also love that little bird house. Do any birds nest there? I like a touch of whimsy in the garden.
I just met my new neighbour across the road, gardening in the pitch dark, with her husband holding a torch for her. Guess what she was planting? Yep, got it in one. I hope her roses appreciate her efforts.
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Re: Autumn Garden in Queensland

Post by Balinbear on 10th May 2014, 22:13

No nests in the birdhouses. The birds around our place don't appreciate the things I do for them.

And I won't tell you what time I came up from the dark tonight.
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Post by silkyfizz on 10th May 2014, 22:23

What can I say? You are more dedicated than me, that's for sure. It's too cold and wet for me.
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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 11th May 2014, 06:22

Balinbear wrote:No nests in the birdhouses. The birds around our place don't appreciate the things I do for them.

And I won't tell you what time I came up from the dark tonight.

Gary I would say not long before this post. roflmao  Then this happened I reckon  Sleep 
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Re: Autumn Garden in Queensland

Post by Balinbear on 11th May 2014, 08:27

You left out the (except it was amber coloured) before the Sleep
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Re: Autumn Garden in Queensland

Post by Carole on 11th May 2014, 14:42

LOL a Boy after my Davids heart. Cheers 
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Re: Autumn Garden in Queensland

Post by muscovyduckling on 11th May 2014, 15:16

Ooooh Mons. Tillier! I have this one coming to me very shortly. Gee I hope it looks like yours.
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