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All this Winter

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Re: All this Winter

Post by Guest on 2nd June 2009, 09:04

Bemo you have a lot of beautiful roses OMG!!!

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Post by rosemeadow on 2nd June 2009, 19:40

Hi Bemo, thanks for the wonderful rose photos ! Keep them comming please !

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Re: All this Winter

Post by Bemo on 3rd June 2009, 00:34

Simon, to help you in the decission of PSC I show two additional photos. Keep in mind the second bloom in the late summer is not so opulent:

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Post by Admin on 3rd June 2009, 11:57

Thanks Berhard... it's a lovely rose... if it gets bad BS though it would suffer very badly here in the black spot capital of the world Sad Does yours repeat flower? I thought it was only once flowering. It certainly is lovely though and an important historical rose... I almost want it as much for this reason as anything you know.

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Post by Bemo on 3rd June 2009, 17:55

Simon wrote:.... if it gets bad BS though it would suffer very badly here in the black spot capital of the world....

not so bad as 'peace' which has shown the first spots very soon, PSC ist still clear:
the top of peace
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Simon wrote:...Does yours repeat flower? I thought it was only once flowering...

it shows some blooms in the late summer, but nothing spectacular.




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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 3rd June 2009, 18:45

Bernhard, was it not born with it, in the gene's, I also think Iceberg is the same.
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Re: All this Winter

Post by Bemo on 3rd June 2009, 21:11

I think peace will be replanted in the compost corner affraid

another more friendly appearance 'Abraham Darby' blooms. Can you imagine the hole huge shrub ?

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it's just a cutting Shocked .I belief the flower is bigger than the plant Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy

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Post by Bemo on 3rd June 2009, 22:33

you can guess from which plant this bloom is:

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LDV started:

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you will need sun glasses for 'Pembertons Moonlight'

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all together in the border :

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and the border from the entry side ( don't lokk at the green, I've still to prepare it, that's not my passion :

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happy gardening

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Re: All this Winter

Post by Carole on 3rd June 2009, 22:38

Is that your GARDEN? If it is I am GREEN with envy.
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Re: All this Winter

Post by Bemo on 4th June 2009, 02:51

Carole wrote:Is that your GARDEN? If it is I am GREEN with envy.

Good mornig Carole,
you can start to become GREEN, it is alien

cheers Bemo

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Re: All this Winter

Post by Guest on 4th June 2009, 12:55

Love your arch Bemo cheers

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Post by Carole on 4th June 2009, 13:12

I love love everything about it. The street lamp is gorgeous.SO SOoooo ENVIOUS. alien
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Re: All this Winter

Post by Billndee on 4th June 2009, 18:26

an absolute joy to see your spring garden Bemo

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Re: All this Winter

Post by Bemo on 4th June 2009, 19:52

thank you all for you audience, there are still more that I will show you, hold the line still the spring starts in OZ.

'Flammentanz' ( planted last year)
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'the bargain' Very Happy ( an unknown rose from 'A..I'- market), reaches 2m
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'NDR1'
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'Ilse Krohn Superior'
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have a rosy day (night)

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Re: All this Winter

Post by Guest on 4th June 2009, 21:14

what is the plant next to the potted rose ?

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Re: All this Winter

Post by Bemo on 4th June 2009, 21:58

The Estate wrote:what is the plant next to the potted rose ?

the rose in not potted, it looks so, because there stays pot between. Left from the rose is growing a Campanula, an the other side a huge Delphinium.

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Re: All this Winter

Post by Ripley on 4th June 2009, 22:10

Absolutely beautiful Bemo Gold Star Rating
What is the large shrub covered in white blossom next to your arch?
Im starting to wish for spring a little early this year.
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Re: All this Winter

Post by Bemo on 4th June 2009, 23:13

Ripley wrote:...What is the large shrub covered in white blossom next to your arch?....

thank you, it's Philadelphus coronarius

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Re: All this Winter

Post by Bemo on 5th June 2009, 21:28

it goes on, not yet schown, 'Rose de Resht'
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not named 'Leonardo da vinci' x 'Brother Cadfeal' :
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two other unnamed from 2008:
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first bloom of 'Rambling Rector':
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cheerio Bernhard

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Re: All this Winter

Post by Guest on 6th June 2009, 08:32

Lots more yummy pics, thanks Bemo Smile

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Re: All this Winter

Post by rosemeadow on 6th June 2009, 19:27

Hello Bemo, thanks for sharing your Spring with us.

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Re: All this Winter

Post by orchid40 on 6th June 2009, 20:59

Thanks from me too, Bemo. it's been a real pleasure to see your lovely garden and your beautiful roses. We in Oz are being starved of roses in our Winter!

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Re: All this Winter

Post by Bemo on 7th June 2009, 08:49

Hi Rosefreaks,
it's not all as in every year, the first blooms of 'Ghislaine de Féligonde' and others fade very soon to a pale white ( that is possibly caused by the very hot 'pre spring' in this year, please look at the right down corner:

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Brother Cadfeal looks midlewhile also more white than soft pink Crying or Very sad

This evening it has begun to rain ,since a long time ago. I must mark this spring in the calendar red.

If anybody is interested, the plant on the right side is 'Aristolochia macrophylla', ideal for shadowing.

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Re: All this Winter

Post by Guest on 9th June 2009, 08:22

How many roses do you have Bemo ??

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Re: All this Winter

Post by Bemo on 10th June 2009, 02:18

The Estate wrote:How many roses do you have Bemo ??

as the garden is not so big, only 37 Crying or Very sad , but I'm sure it will grow, because some of the new seedling will be acceptable Very Happy
(if you get a new rose you will find a place for it)

Dortmund
Ghislaine de Filigonde
Rambling Rector
Loeonardo da Vinci
Crownprincess Margaretha
Winchester Cathedral
Abraham Darby
Ilse Krohn Superior
Sympathie 2
New Dawn
Pauls Scarlet Climber
Sorbet
Lucia
Moonlight
Chrysler Imerial CL
Bonica
Jacobs Krönung
Guirlande d' Amour
Red Dorothy Perkins 2
Super Dorothy
Rosenfest
NDR1
Rambling Rector
Brother Cadfeal
noname 2
Rose de Resht
Flammentanz
Peace
Voodoo Child
Sans Parents
Witte Wederhex
Cherry Breeze
Allerhop
Mm. Germaine


Seedings 2007/2008 unnamed ~10 still under observation

Seedlings 2009, not yet thrown to the compost ~30

selecting regards

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