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Re: All this Winter

Post by Admin on 6th August 2009, 00:00

I wonder why that one at Longford was such a miserable looking thing then? I recall us discussing the pros and cons of using Sudden Impact on roses whilst we were looking at it.

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Post by Bemo on 1st September 2009, 03:47

the last of my pics in your Winter, our Summer, 'Flamme Rouge' Very Happy

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as you will see it first in the morning, it's still spring Rolling Eyes

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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 1st September 2009, 07:15

Bernhard, you have carried us through winter, it is getting close so we will repay you with our flowers that are about to come online now, someone here will come up with a thread name Question scratch Hmmmm Abracadabra
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Post by Ripley on 2nd September 2009, 21:49

"Alle diese Winter" ? (Bemo if its wrong dont blame me, blame google translators, I know very little German, and no sentence structure Embarassed )
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Re: All this Winter

Post by Bemo on 3rd September 2009, 00:57

Ripley wrote:"Alle diese Winter" ? (Bemo if its wrong dont blame me, blame google translators, I know very little German, and no sentence structure Embarassed )
G'day Ripely, (what means 'reif')
you are not far away, but someone has stolen the 'n'. It means correctly 'Alle (Rosen) diesen Winter'. Your result would mean 'all these winters'

don't give up, I'm also exercising
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Post by Billndee on 3rd September 2009, 19:38

What is your weather like now Bemo? Are you starting to get chilly mornings?

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Post by Bemo on 4th September 2009, 00:45

Billndee wrote:What is your weather like now Bemo? Are you starting to get chilly mornings?
Thank goodness!, not yet Shivering , it's still gossamer, the hips are not yet ripe.
Today it's rather mixed with heavy showers and stormy >8@ .
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Post by Abbi on 4th September 2009, 20:42

Your photos have brightened the winter here, Bernhard

Many thanks for the wonderful pics. Very Happy

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Re: All this Winter

Post by rosemeadow on 5th September 2009, 20:23

Bernhard, I add my areement to Abbi's comments.

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Post by Carole on 6th September 2009, 01:26

So sad that you are heading towards winter Kermit. Shivering How about another picture of your lovely garden flower
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Post by Bemo on 6th September 2009, 02:34

Carole wrote:So sad that you are heading towards winter Kermit. Shivering How about another picture of your lovely garden flower

O.K., you will get some autumn pics >8@

as it has gone colder now, I'm using this days to prepare a new rosebed. A huge rhododendron had to escape:

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after the dry summer a lot of roses would not bloom anymore, only some are in flower, like NDR1 (Big Fruitilia Centenary, Heartache, National Radio):

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'Leonardo da Vinci' has even only a few flowers and a lot of BS like the others Crying or Very sad
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'creme Fraise' will do like in the spring, but she ist still in a pod, maybe better maintained:
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'Excelsa' has some flowers in the fall again:
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the cutting from the white sport is growing gorgeous, seems that the cut needs only to smell the soil for rooting Shocked

......and want not forget to show you that 'Flamme Rouge' is a weeping one:

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sunny Sunday sunny
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