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All this Winter

Post by Bemo on 28th May 2009, 08:58

I start only with two pictures, to avoid that you will be shocked, but I do not realy know how the winter is in OZ.

first for the DA Fans:

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my wife ( Mm. Germaine) is the ruler of the rose attendants, I thank her for that too Thumbsup

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the last one is 'BC', sometimes confuses with 'Eglantine'

flowering regards Bemo


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Re: All this Winter

Post by Guest on 28th May 2009, 13:19

bemo how come I can never see your pics ???

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Post by Admin on 28th May 2009, 17:09

I see them just fine.. lovely colour in the first one Smile Will run a poll on what people think it is... Could be Graham Thomas... could be Pegasus... could be a few...

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Post by Bemo on 28th May 2009, 18:18

thee, can you see the cathedral ?, I changed the link given by Picasa a little bit.

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Post by Bemo on 28th May 2009, 20:04

for the lovers of the red ones, 'Sympathie':

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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 28th May 2009, 20:09

Bemo is this one of your roses at home.
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Re: All this Winter

Post by Bemo on 28th May 2009, 21:13

roseman wrote:Bemo is this one of your roses at home.

yes, you have seen the first roseflowers in our garden.

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Post by Billndee on 28th May 2009, 22:13

I'll guess Crown Princess Margareta for the first one. Question

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Post by Bemo on 28th May 2009, 23:36

CPM is correct Thumbsup

you will know this famous rose too:

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this big shrub has been bred by Pemberton:

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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 29th May 2009, 06:55

Bernhard, without going to books is the red "Dortmund"
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Post by Guest on 29th May 2009, 11:22

I can see them now, thanks, wow that sympathy climber is to die , I gave one to my boss's wife when he past away, beautiful , may have to get me one for me Smile

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Post by Bemo on 29th May 2009, 20:50

' Dortmund' is correct, Roseman.

a yellow shrub, not from DA ( the las one for today, I have to declare my yearly tax Stunned ) :

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Post by Bemo on 30th May 2009, 19:29

a climber from a french breeder:

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have a nice weekend

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Post by Billndee on 30th May 2009, 21:22

that pink climber is exquisitely beautiful.I would love to see it come to Oz. Do you know its name Bemo?

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Post by Bemo on 31st May 2009, 00:03

Billndee wrote:that pink climber is exquisitely beautiful.I would love to see it come to Oz. Do you know its name Bemo?
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Post by Carole on 31st May 2009, 00:19

Bemo, I really love that one, Sorbet. It looks like it would be a nice cut flower.
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Post by Bemo on 31st May 2009, 19:19

'Pauls Scarlet Climber' starts to bloom:

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also 'Peace':

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last another photo of 'Lucia'

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Post by Billndee on 31st May 2009, 22:41

Bemo, it is lovely to look at all the beautiful fresh leaves surrounding your roses. All my rose bushes are tired and diseased at the end of the season but yours are enjoying the flush of spring. Helps me remember what mine were like and hopefull will be again.

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Post by Bemo on 1st June 2009, 03:57

the plants have not been sprayed, I will show you also photos when BS has gone around the garden affraid It's a very good idea always to remember the fresh green in the spring, tha t makes the roselovers live easier Smile

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Post by Admin on 1st June 2009, 11:43

Bemo... how does 'Paul's Scarlet' do for you (healthwise)? I've been looking at it lately as a possible addition here.

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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 1st June 2009, 22:02

Simon, a posting at this time tells me you are on "HOLIDAYS", ya or na.
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Post by Admin on 1st June 2009, 22:23

Yep... on hols.. but been sick... must be swine flu...

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Post by Bemo on 1st June 2009, 23:56

Simon wrote:Bemo... how does 'Paul's Scarlet' do for you (healthwise)? I've been looking at it lately as a possible addition here.
... influenza has not yet been observed, it's always free of PM but has also to fight vs. BS affraid

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Post by Bemo on 2nd June 2009, 00:01

you ca not really drive with this rose:

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Ghislaine de Féligonde with a vister:

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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 2nd June 2009, 06:15

Simon, could be to much roast pork that gave you the flu.
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