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Re: Charity Roses

Post by betsyw on 29th May 2014, 13:49

The Firestar series, silky> There are three in the series, and all benefit the CFA of your choosing. Available at Knight's online. Nice-looking roses, they are, too ;-))

The first Firestar in the series is the re-branded Harkness's Easy Does It. Fab creature.
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Post by silkyfizz on 29th May 2014, 14:00

Yes betsy, Firestar was the one I was thinking about. I forgot there was a series of them. I knew someone would know.
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Post by AutumnDamask on 29th May 2014, 14:30

I managed to get 'Firestar' (HARpageant) to strike as cuttings easy enough. Great rose.
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Re: Charity Roses

Post by betsyw on 29th May 2014, 18:36

i really want Firestar/Easy Does It. I baulk at the $26 price tag when the Budget mallet may pulverise the pension.

Oh gawd, I hate to introduce politics, but I HATE the term pension. Paid a lotta tax, 38 cents on the dollar for 25 years, and now I suspect roses are the "middies".

Oh don't get me started. Just joined the PUP party.
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Post by hariet~rose on 29th May 2014, 20:27

yup, and don't look to scientists in Australia for solutions to control new plant diseases, issues with soil health, plant breeding for drought resistance, etc.,  because that budget has been slashed to bits too... but don't get me started....(heh, that could be a name for a new rose, i have one that i have bred that i could use this name on, it changes its colours every day)
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Post by neptune on 29th May 2014, 20:37

Betty, what is the PUP Party.......Pensioner Under Paid Party?.... Wink

John you will end up in here   
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Post by betsyw on 30th May 2014, 08:16

How clever you are, Neptune!@ What a great spin on the acronym. PUP is in fact Clive Palmer's Palmer United Party. Never did I think that a corpulent WA billionaire could be a champion, but it turns out he is not unlike the Rockefellers of old, and Warren Buffet and other gazillionaires who take up the banner for the battlers. I love his Rolls Royce, too. I like my champions to be filthy rich ;-)

Clive needs a rose named for him. Something flashy and indestructible.
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Post by neptune on 30th May 2014, 11:57

Flashy and indestructible......hmmmmmm........ Michelin Blimp come to mind..... Wink
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Post by Ausrose on 30th May 2014, 21:57

roflmao 

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