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Hi from WA

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Post by Ozeboy on 4th October 2016, 10:02

Hi David, how is Mrs. Graham Hart I grafted for you going?
I have found it a slow grower here, did you check with Gary?

Lucia, that's what happens here where, we can help one and other, as there are very few restrictions sending plant material around. I was worried a few years ago that Myrtle Rust could have shut down sending plants from NSW but all is OK at the moment.

I keep bees and bring Queens from WA . Their laws prevent any bee boxes, material and bees from being taken there. Their bees are very high quality having been artificially inseminated for many years and now mated at Rottnest Island where there are no wild bees.


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Post by lucia on 4th October 2016, 14:33

Thats interesting re the bees.  Well I love this forum, a bit more ' in depth ' than every where else.  Finally fellow rose lovers that  like more detail in the subject.  I am certainly addicted to roses, hunting for old roses,growing roses,  reading about roses and gardening on the whole Smile  [You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]
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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 4th October 2016, 20:53

Just some bedtime time reading Lucia if it works, the children of fedtschenkoana

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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 5th October 2016, 06:22

Hi Bruce,

"Hi David, how is Mrs. Graham Hart I grafted for you going?
I have found it a slow grower here, did you check with Gary?"


It is growing very slowly mate, I thought I might be able to bud some on, I don't think it will be till next year.
I will ask Gary tomorrow(thur) he is driving thru Mudgee, we are catching up.
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