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Post by martino on 23rd July 2015, 21:10

Hi to all, just wondering what varieties of bush roses people have bought this winter and how there all going? thanks in advance.

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Post by LouiseJB on 23rd July 2015, 22:38

Hi Martino,
Just got mine in the ground yesterday. They include Daniel Morcombe Rose, Coeur de Niege, Knights Roses Love You and Mother and Child. It rained early this morning so hopefully they are off to a good start,
And you?
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Post by neptune on 23rd July 2015, 23:05

I received mine in the mail today....it is a Valencia....
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Post by Balinbear on 24th July 2015, 12:50

Only a couple this year. Loraine Lee and "Clarkes Tea". Arrived Monday and went into the ground yesterday.

Very healthy plants from Mistydowns.
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Post by martino on 24th July 2015, 13:13

LouiseJB wrote:Hi Martino,
Just got mine in the ground yesterday. They include Daniel Morcombe Rose, Coeur de Niege, Knights Roses Love You and Mother and Child. It rained early this morning so hopefully they are off to a good start,
And you?
Cheers,
Louise.
Hi Louise, you got some very nice roses there daniel morcombe rose i have from last year very healthy plant and a beautiful flower to go with it, the Love you rose i am trialling this year though have seen the flower very nice indeed.

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Post by LouiseJB on 24th July 2015, 16:52

Thanks Martino. Good to know. I am looking forward to seeing Love You Rose. It looks like a beautiful thing.

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Post by Happy roses on 27th July 2015, 10:10

Hi, interested to see how Daniel Morcombe rose goes, as it looked to be quite a nice rose. Would it be correct to say the blooms aren't real large?

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Post by martino on 27th July 2015, 18:04

Hi Happy roses, i have 3 Daniel Morcombe roses i really like it, it ticks all the right boxes for health,vigour, and beautiful bloom the bloom itself is not big or huge but of good medium size excellent cut rose and for the record the real name of the rose is called Black Magic.

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Post by Happy roses on 30th July 2015, 07:57

Thanks Martino, I'm glad you told me that. I was under the impression Daniel Morcombe was a new rose.
Quite a while ago I went on a long trip to get Black Magic, the one sad looking specimen that was available that ended up failing to grow. Now it turns out there's plenty available 10 minutes from home.
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Post by muscovyduckling on 2nd August 2015, 10:20

I have bought NO roses this year. But I will be moving lots of roses around the garden.
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Post by Ausrose on 18th August 2015, 06:10

I had no intention of buying new roses this year however Glynis had been looking for the floribunda Lavaglut for sometime without much luck. As the result of a question to the NSW website I found out it was also called Intrigue and Thomas for Roses had it in stock. So I purchased three.

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Post by muscovyduckling on 18th August 2015, 09:06

I just looked this one up on HMF - there seem to be two Floribunda's called 'Intrigue' and Thomas for Roses is listed as a seller for both of them.. But I am worried that perhaps they only have one and it's the wrong one!

Lavaglut is the Kordes rose, but they're also listed as carrying the other floribunda called Intrigue: [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]

Did you confirm with them Ausrose? Do they actually have both?
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Post by muscovyduckling on 19th August 2015, 10:20

Ahh, no need to panic Ausrose! They do have both - listed as Intrigue Red, and Intrigue Purple.

Good news!
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Post by SueH on 24th August 2015, 16:33

muscovyduckling wrote:I have bought NO roses this year. But I will be moving lots of roses around the garden.

Are they "Nomad" breed?!!! LOL

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Post by muscovyduckling on 24th August 2015, 16:48

Ahaha yep, I think so!
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Post by Barbara B on 26th August 2015, 08:43

I just found my list. I bought Old Fragrance to replace one we took out. She has a better place in the garden now. Same with Mme Isaac Periere. I bought Victoria Gold - it's a replacement for one that was overgrown by foxgloves so she turned up her toes. New ones for me are Valencia, Ebb Tide, Munstead Wood and Warm Wishes. I bought a miniature - Mary Marshall, I always loved this one.....and two climbers - Sombreiul and Birthday Present which is a once flowerer but so fragrant. You really learn from your mistakes with roses - a lot of mine were planted in the wrong places when I started out. I didn't allow enough room for them in a lot of cases.

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