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Re: Pruning Question

Post by SueH on 10th September 2014, 16:24

Doug.  Is there any difference in health and longevity between the two types of roses?
Also, would you tell me the USA sites please.  Would love to take a peek! Smile

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Re: Pruning Question

Post by Ausrose on 10th September 2014, 21:25

From very limited experience I would say it doesn't appear to make a difference. I have two bushes of Tineke one budded and one grown from a cutting both are in the vicinity of twenty years old and both are still extremely healthy and still produce abundant good sized shapely blooms. As far as the nurseries that use cuttings to produce their roses are concerned I haven't been able to find them again on the internet.

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Re: Pruning Question

Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 11th September 2014, 06:03

Sue, give me a couple of days and I will compile a short list, Burlington Roses, Rouge Valley are two that will keep you going.
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Re: Pruning Question

Post by SueH on 12th September 2014, 15:54

Thank you David.  Sorry for not replying earlier - have been busy in the garden!!! Digger

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Post by SueH on 13th September 2014, 15:24

I have borrowed a book from the library on roses (of course!) and in the section on growing roses in pots, it says roses grown on their own roots do better than grafted ones due to their root system.

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Re: Pruning Question

Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 13th September 2014, 15:46

Sue it depends on the variety of rose IMO. Can you tell us the name of the book please.
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Re: Pruning Question

Post by SueH on 13th September 2014, 16:21

The Royal Horticultural Society Encyclopedia of Roses.  Charles and Brigid Quest-Ritson.   Beautiful book!  Well worth a look!  Shall renew it!!

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Re: Pruning Question

Post by AutumnDamask on 14th September 2014, 18:22

There are some varieties (eg. some Damasks / old species types / etc) that will go absolutely feral in the garden with suckers if you have them on their own roots. Naturally they are the really thorny/prickly ones... L.O.L.
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Re: Pruning Question

Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 14th September 2014, 18:39

Hello Wendy
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Re: Pruning Question

Post by muscovyduckling on 15th September 2014, 12:46

Haha Wendy, I want to get some of those ferals for my no-mans-land bank. I think Charles de Mills might do the trick!
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