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Post by Balinbear on 21st June 2016, 21:24

Not the best photos (not sure whats going on) but:


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Commtesse Riza du Park


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Left to Right Monsuier Tillier, Cottage Hedge Rose Pink, Beauty of Glenhurst


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Isabella Sprunt in front Cottage Hedge Rose Pink behind


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Camellia Reticulata Flower Girl and rose Mrs BR Cant


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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 22nd June 2016, 06:04

Nothing wrong with the photo's Gary. We have flowers to. We are supposed to be 22 days into Winter and only had one frost and that was early June. The thing I reckon is because of all the rain we have been having, the soils are still warm enough to promote growth/flowering.
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Post by Balinbear on 22nd June 2016, 21:25

Yes we have had something like 20inches since the start of may. Had more or less nothing at all during summer.
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Post by Balinbear on 5th August 2017, 13:13

Something to provide a bit of winter cheer. Lee picked these yesterday morning:

Teas including General Gallieni, Rosette Delizy, Hugo Roller, Mme Lambard and Rose Hedge Cottage Pink

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Post by neptune on 5th August 2017, 23:13

lovely roses, Gary.......
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Post by carmel on 7th August 2017, 11:17

Beautiful roses <3

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Post by Balinbear on 8th August 2017, 21:33

A few more picked on the weekend. Soft yellows and soft pinks

One of our favorites. A couple of flowers from Comtesse de Labarthe
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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 9th August 2017, 06:12

Gary, have you had no Winter ?
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Post by LouiseJB on 9th August 2017, 16:57

More beauties, Gary. Thanks for sharing. Some more to go on the list...sigh.

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Post by Balinbear on 9th August 2017, 19:10

The Lazy Rosarian wrote:Gary, have you had no Winter ?

It's been cold in the morning but nice and warm during the days. It was 4 degrees this morning (which is cold for here) but by 8:30 I had my jumper off (I was playing golf in the sun) but needed it back on by 3 this arvo.
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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 11th August 2017, 05:56

Our difference is that we have had minus numbers till 9AM then warm days till 3PM. Two fires going for 3 months so far.
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Post by Balinbear on 12th August 2017, 20:11

Today's pickings. Tea roses Mrs B R Cant, Marquis de Vivens and Peace 1902

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Post by neptune on 13th August 2017, 00:29

nice.....
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Post by rosebud on 14th August 2017, 16:46

Great photos, Balinbear. A little envious I think! We've had extremely dry weather (certainly not the 20 inches you've had) and so the roses are suffering in the warmer winter. Normally, we'd have minus 0 temperatures quite a bit by now but only two frosts this winter!
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Post by Balinbear on 7th September 2017, 22:04

rosebud wrote:Great photos, Balinbear.  A little envious I think! We've had extremely dry weather (certainly not the 20 inches you've had) and so the roses are suffering in the warmer winter.  Normally, we'd have minus 0 temperatures quite a bit by now but only two frosts this winter!  

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The twenty inches was last year (the post was June 2016). We managed to get about 40mm in August from a couple of storms and a few droops the other night. Not much else though.
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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 8th September 2017, 06:03

Gary, have you had any rain in recent months, we have had a total of 6mL in three months.
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Post by rosebud on 11th September 2017, 12:48

Ooops - my mistake Gary! Didn't read the year!!
We've had very little rain with far less than our usual quota. Our neighbour who keeps reliable rain records (well more reliable than ours at least) said we've only had half annual rainfall and most of that over one day! Little to no rainfall over last several months and already hand watering the roses as ground is dust dry. Hoping the dam doesn't run out before we get good rain!!!
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