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Roses that jump

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Post by Bemo on 4th August 2009, 21:30

roseman wrote:This is Inspector Cluso, I believe that there was a post after Abbi's last night, who has stolen it and why.
Inspector, I can testify this.

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Post by Admin on 4th August 2009, 21:57

That was me... guilty as charged.. removed it cos I was having a rant but it was based on a misunderstanding so I took it off... was an unfair shot Embarassed

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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 4th August 2009, 21:58

I think you actually were only speaking the truth about a non supply of product
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Post by Admin on 4th August 2009, 22:03

No... was a misunderstanding... I spoke to the head honcho last night and he explained what happened... it's all good Smile and in the end I am getting the three roses I wanted in the next few days... so in the end it ended very well Smile


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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 4th August 2009, 22:23

You are so diplomatic, maybe you should join the corps
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Post by Ripley on 4th August 2009, 22:24

Im glad it worked out for you Simon. I was going to have a rant about growers as well, but I wont (already did that previously in another post Embarassed ) but I get the feeling this year is a bit extraordinary for them so Im going to be patience personified, give them the benefit of the doubt and just wait and see. (But I do hope I hear something soon Razz )
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Post by Admin on 4th August 2009, 22:28

I do have a feeling a certain receptionist might be getting a crash course in the roses they stock and their pronounciation though Wink THAT didn't exactly 'fill me with confidence' and is really what triggered my rant (and further phone calls and emails and so on) Rolling Eyes

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Post by Ozeboy on 5th August 2009, 12:21

Recently I noticed a lot of pack roses at several hatdware and supermarkets.
I gave them a wide birth for fear they might jump at me. They are all those out of patent HT's that defoliate 10 months of the year and make the whole place untidy. Untidiness is something I don't need any help with.

This is a friendly warning to anyone living on the east coast of Australia buying roses for the first time.

Isn't there any end to all these cold climate roses?

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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 5th August 2009, 20:19

The roses that jump only go to those that want them, this is why they did not go to you.
Bruce as you understand breeding methods like Mendel, why do you not come up with the formula for the best Australian rose for your climate.
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Post by Abbi on 6th August 2009, 21:49

I have received a polite email from treloars informing me that my rose order has been despatched. YAY. Very Happy

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Post by Admin on 6th August 2009, 21:55

Mistydowns contacted me yesterday too (by phone) saying my order was ready to go... hoping everything will begin to arrive in a flurry.... which is typical Rolling Eyes Now all my seedlings are coming up (up to about 100 seedlings so far with about 1/3 of the seeds sown) they'll all arrive in one go and I'll be over-run Rolling Eyes

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Post by Billndee on 7th August 2009, 20:27

Just got an email, my order is in the post from Misty Downs. Hurray!
I wonder what I ordered?

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Post by Ripley on 7th August 2009, 21:41

*sigh* Still havent heard. I probably ordered later than you both tho. (16/6)
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Post by Admin on 7th August 2009, 22:06

I ordered mine many months ago because I missed out on roses last year. Doesn't seem to matter... I'm thinking maybe they do it state-by-state...

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Post by orchid40 on 8th August 2009, 17:45

I got my 2 Rugosas yesterday!! I'm excited Smile They are budded ones, and this is the first time I've had anything other than grafted or own root roses. They have nice little leaf growths Smile

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Post by Carole on 8th August 2009, 19:25

Simon perhaps it is alphabetically lol!
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Post by Carole on 8th August 2009, 19:27

Val which Regosa's did you get?
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Post by Admin on 8th August 2009, 19:37

orchid40 wrote:I got my 2 Rugosas yesterday!! I'm excited Smile They are budded ones, and this is the first time I've had anything other than grafted or own root roses. They have nice little leaf growths Smile

Val... grafted and budded are the same thing Thumbsup Did you get Roseraie de l'Hay? When my three rugosa ('Scabrosa', R. rugosa 'alba', and 'Ann Endt') start growing again this season I'll put some cuttings in for you Smile

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Post by orchid40 on 8th August 2009, 20:44

Yes, Simon, they are the Roseraie de l'Hay Very Happy

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Post by orchid40 on 9th August 2009, 10:39

Thanks, Simon, I'd love some of those cuttings Very Happy

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Post by Admin on 10th August 2009, 17:50

My MD order arrived today... received 'Buff Beauty', 'Safrano', 'Euphrates', and 'Alice Amos'. Got two boxes from Treloars, one box from Ladybird Roses, and one box from Ross Roses, left to arrive Smile

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Post by orchid40 on 10th August 2009, 19:24

I'm just waiting for my Treloars order to come. Waiting...........waiting...............
Patience is not one of my strong points. Sigh.

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Post by Billndee on 10th August 2009, 21:23

My order arrived from Misty Downs today. Will have a good look at them and plant them when the rain lets up for a minute.

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Post by Ripley on 12th August 2009, 07:40

Well I might not have heard from MD yet but Carole you will be please with me..Ive bought a greenhouse from ebay and now that I look back at you posts I think it might be the same as yours. [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]. I got it reasonably cheap and the freight was only $155. Cant wait to get it! I hope it isnt too hard to put together.

Also recent jumping roses: Charles de Mills, Quartre Saisons, Perle d'or
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Post by Abbi on 12th August 2009, 17:23

My Treloar order arrived YAY!

All safely tucked in their beds.

I was pleased with the bonus freebies that came with the order........., a Masquerade climber and two David Austins - Crocus Rose and Charles Rennie Mackintosh.

All good things come to those who wait long enough, Orchid40 Very Happy

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