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Post by brettv68 on 7th September 2014, 13:15

Good Afternoon Everyone,

I shouted myself a Rugspin Rose this season and it has just bloomed for the first time so I thought I might share the little event. Nice perfume to boot.

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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 7th September 2014, 13:18

Lovely rose Brett, you will enjoy this Rugosa, hardly any problems with it, no disease, pests or similar and as you say the fragrance is a bonus.
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Post by Ausrose on 7th September 2014, 15:42

I planted Rugspin in the school garden a number of years back where we hold our Regional Rose Society meetings however the rootstock has gone feral and it is only a matter of time before it takes over the plant.

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Post by muscovyduckling on 7th September 2014, 15:53

Oh, love that foliage! I have a 'thing' about foliage. I'm a bit obsessed with the matte blue-green Alba foliage, and I can't wait to get Ghislaine de Feligonde for her tiny little glossy leaves.

I'm even thinking about some hybrid spinnosissima roses, their foliage is so tiny and cute Smile

Anyway, I got Rosarie de l'Hay and Sarah van Fleet this season - I've healed them in but they're getting planted in their 'forever' homes in no-mans-land tomorrow. I hope they're as pretty as yours.
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Post by brettv68 on 7th September 2014, 18:32

muscovyduckling wrote:Oh, love that foliage! I have a 'thing' about foliage. I'm a bit obsessed with the matte blue-green Alba foliage, and I can't wait to get Ghislaine de Feligonde for her tiny little glossy leaves.

I'm even thinking about some hybrid spinnosissima roses, their foliage is so tiny and cute Smile

Anyway, I got Rosarie de l'Hay and Sarah van Fleet this season - I've healed them in but they're getting planted in their 'forever' homes in no-mans-land tomorrow. I hope they're as pretty as yours.

I hope so Zoe! Hope you get just what you want just Cute!! L.O.L.
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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 8th September 2014, 06:33

Ausrose wrote:I  planted  Rugspin in the school garden a number of years back where we hold our Regional Rose Society meetings however the rootstock has gone feral and it is only a matter of time before it takes over the plant.

Doug, how would you go striking it from a cutting and replacing it ?
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