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Fiona's Wish

Post by paulh on 23rd May 2014, 22:10

Does anybody grow this rose, my local Dawson's recon it is a leggy spindly grower that doesn't fill out. Hmmm I would love feedback on growth habits, blooms and foliage please, I'm in mind to buy it but will take on your advice. Thanks
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Post by neptune on 23rd May 2014, 22:48

Paul, ours was a lovely bush, with big and fragrant blooms. Only downside was that the blooms didn't last a day.....when you cut them....
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Post by jordan71 on 23rd May 2014, 22:50

Paul, I sell few at work and we had few establish ones , they seem fine to me

nice colour
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Post by AutumnDamask on 24th May 2014, 08:43

Mine's a strong grower. I love it.

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Post by SueH on 24th May 2014, 12:26

You've obviously got the magic touch AutumnDamask!!  Looks lovely.

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Post by paulh on 24th May 2014, 15:02

Nice one autumn, how tp your blooms fair. Neptunes blooms dont seem to last long. Your plant seems to be quite bushy
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Post by paulh on 24th May 2014, 15:03

Neptune would you call your plant leggy
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Post by neptune on 24th May 2014, 15:07

No Paul..... it turned out to be a bushy bush......about 1200 high.....
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Post by Ausrose on 24th May 2014, 15:54

Sir Cliff Richards is said to be a very leggy rose.

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Post by SueH on 24th May 2014, 16:08

He's one hell of a singer too!!!  

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Post by AutumnDamask on 24th May 2014, 16:25

paulh wrote:Nice one autumn, how tp your blooms fair. Neptunes blooms dont seem to last long. Your plant seems to be quite bushy
They are okay. Not as good as some. I don't always pay attention.... Just pick a bunch of roses from the garden and then plonk them in a vase. Razz
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Post by hariet~rose on 27th May 2014, 21:36

I first came across Fiona's Wish at the Adelaide Botanic Garden in Nov. 2012. I was really taken with how the rose just stood out, particularly in a group of several plants. It is on my list but I need to wait until i can get a bed ready that can take 3-5 of them.
Which is just plain greedy really...
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Post by paulh on 27th May 2014, 21:47

Thanks hariet for the photos, its made up my mind, so I'm off to get one this weekend to put in a pot  
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Post by Ausrose on 28th May 2014, 04:56

It was interesting to note Fiona's Wish isn't a renamed rose as many of the roses for a cause are but  rose bred by Alain Meilland and released in 2001 as Fiona's Wish.

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