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A few of my courtyard roses

Post by paulh on 14th October 2014, 03:21

My courtyard is in full bloom at the minute, a few quick pics

Camille Pisarro
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Hot Cocoa
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Cabana
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Brass Band
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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 14th October 2014, 05:48

Paul I like the second shot of Camille Pisarro, it looks like it is saying "look at me I am so pretty".
The more I see Brass Band it will be going on the longer list for next year.
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Post by SueH on 14th October 2014, 13:30

roseman wrote:Paul I like the second shot of Camille Pisarro, it looks like it is saying "look at me I am so pretty".
The more I see Brass Band it will be going on the longer list for next year.

I agree with you David - reminds me of a girl leaning/hanging out of a window, showing off!!

Oh sorry Paul! Your roses are beautiful. They look so healthy! What fertiliser do you use please?

I think the only thing you can do is move to another place with a huge garden!!! You can then get more roses from your nursery and show us all how it's done!!

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Post by Ausrose on 14th October 2014, 14:16

Although fertilizer is important it is a must to keep pests and diseases out of roses if they are too be like those Paul has shown us.

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Post by paulh on 15th October 2014, 01:16

roseman wrote:Paul I like the second shot of Camille Pisarro, it looks like it is saying "look at me I am so pretty".
The more I see Brass Band it will be going on the longer list for next year.

Thanks David, the first season I had Camille, I must say I wasn't impressed, Hardly grew, very few small blooms that kept keeling over. So, I thought of giving it another season, well I'm glad i did, she has grown and filled out really well, producing heaps of blooms that are a good size, so I'm well chuffed.
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Post by paulh on 15th October 2014, 01:37

SueH wrote:
roseman wrote:Paul I like the second shot of Camille Pisarro, it looks like it is saying "look at me I am so pretty".
The more I see Brass Band it will be going on the longer list for next year.

I agree with you David - reminds me of a girl leaning/hanging out of a window, showing off!!

Oh sorry Paul! Your roses are beautiful. They look so healthy! What fertiliser do you use please?

I think the only thing you can do is move to another place with a huge garden!!! You can then get more roses from your nursery and show us all how it's done!!

Thanks Sue, as for Fertiliser, this year I've changed to Munn's Betta Bloom, with Amgrow Seaweed and Eco Seaweed and I did slip in a little Epsom Salts. The Betta Bloom will be all they have until late February (here in Perth) because of our sizzzzzling summers, when ill give them another feed with Betta Bloom, of course they will get Seaweed regularly.
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Post by paulh on 15th October 2014, 01:47

Ausrose wrote:Although fertilizer is important it is a must to keep pests and diseases out of roses if they are too be like those Paul has shown us.

To right Ausrose, sometimes I feel that insect and disease control should be viewed more importantly that fertilising, imo, these things can be more devastating that over or under use of fertilisers.
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Post by SueH on 15th October 2014, 15:29

paulh wrote:
Ausrose wrote:Although fertilizer is important it is a must to keep pests and diseases out of roses if they are too be like those Paul has shown us.

To right Ausrose, sometimes I feel that insect and disease control should be viewed more importantly that fertilising, imo, these things can be more devastating that over or under use of fertilisers.  

Yes, it's very disappointing when the little "Bs" get the better of you and your roses!  Still, it's worth the effort!!

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Post by muscovyduckling on 15th October 2014, 17:34

Hot Cocoa looks great!
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Post by Ausrose on 15th October 2014, 19:53

Although generally not a fan of striped roses I'd like Camille Pissarro if it's as good as it looks in the photos.

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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 16th October 2014, 06:31

Doug you have a return email
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