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Re: The decline of rose nurseries

Post by paulh on 3rd November 2014, 23:36

Ozeboy wrote:You have to realise roses need care, labour and money to keep going.  Vintage roses in the US have battled for years to pay the bills and have only recently been saved by contributions from collectors.
I have culled a lot of golden oldies like 'Souvenir de Wootton both bush and climber.  I doubt if there are any of these alive in Australia.  Another one on the cull list is 'Laurent Carle' both bush and climber. When these go they are lost forever because I'm running out of puff and can't look after them all.

Well one can only do their best Ozeboy, if I had the cultivation knack, I would give it a go, however after 50 odd attempts in trying to strike cuttings I gave up.
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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 14th November 2014, 13:55

Paul, have a look at this, they will return,
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Post by paulh on 14th November 2014, 23:35

The Lazy Rosarian wrote:Paul, have a look at this, they will return,
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Thanks David for posting the link, I have parused this web site some weeks ago, however it left me a bit confused. On messaging a few questions, I actually got a weird response, one question I asked was the availability of their roses, to receive a message back, what are you taliking about. I said do you sell rose bushes, the reply was, uhh! Hmm
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Post by neptune on 14th November 2014, 23:53

Melville in the new year will not be budding or selling their own roses.......they are lowering the amount of holding roses and will be importing their roses from an outside source, like Dawsons or Jarrahdale roses
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Post by paulh on 15th November 2014, 00:55

neptune wrote:Melville in the new year will not be budding or selling their own roses.......they are lowering the amount of holding roses and will be importing their roses from an outside source, like Dawsons or Jarrahdale roses

Yep, thats correct John, and according to Cliff @ Roworths Jarrahdale have a very very limited range of around 30. Cliff recons that they are not interested in extending their range, they feel that roses are more trouble than they are worth. On speaking to him about about this topic on the decilne of roses growers, he states there still a number of smaller roses nursries around.
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Post by neptune on 15th November 2014, 01:32

I was talking to the owner and his wife of Jarrahdales last week because I was chasing a certain rose. They have more than 30 varieties(just look at Bunnings who they supply) and they go for what is popular to the public as that is their bread and butter.....also they are heavy into standards as well....
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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 15th November 2014, 07:53

Rob has mentioned on another forum that they will be a licensed grower of David Austin roses. He said they would e operating this coming year as it does take around 18/24 months to get a rose up and going.
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