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Re: All this Winter

Post by Guest on 10th June 2009, 09:20

SO many there I have never heard of Embarassed

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Post by Bemo on 11th June 2009, 02:22

This is one you will not know, I showed a single bloom before, it's Guirlande d' Amour, I believe it is not available in OZ:

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closer:
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the Rector is late again:
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Simon will know that a Rector is also a boss af a school Very Happy (at least in German)

don't die by frost

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Post by Guest on 11th June 2009, 10:49

I do like that one Bemo, would be nice as a weeper if it wept, you know what I mean , Embarassed

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Post by Abbi on 11th June 2009, 19:59

Beautiful photos, Bemo. What lovely roses.

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Re: All this Winter

Post by Bemo on 13th June 2009, 00:12

The Estate wrote:...would be nice as a weeper if it wept, you know what I mean , Embarassed
because it has been still discussed about weepers I know it, the same denotation is used in German for a 'peking willow'-shaped standard: Trauer=Weeper

possibly it's also selfwatering Laughing

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Post by Bemo on 13th June 2009, 01:15

In the middle of the shrubbery, behind the 'Crown Princess....', a almost forgotten seedling of 'Apricola' from 2007 is growing up, toilsomely searching the way to the sunlight. I will name it 'Forgotten Beauty':

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it has been bred from a hip, which has jumped in my pocket, in a garden center Laughing

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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 13th June 2009, 06:51

Bernhard, firstly may I say you are what we call a"classic", love your wit and postings, is he weeping because he dropped his booze. I do love your 'Forgotten Beauty'.
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Re: All this Winter

Post by Billndee on 13th June 2009, 07:21

I love your photos Bemo. It is lovely to see some spring bloom in the middle of winter. Your Guirlande d' Amour is similar in the flower to my Adelaide de Orleans.
Your rose lit is also interesting becaue there are quite a few that I have never heared of. Even though we have lots of varieties here in Oz I think there are many many more elsewhere that have not been imported because of cost mainly I suppose.

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Post by Guest on 13th June 2009, 15:08

A great name for a beautiful Rose love

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Re: All this Winter

Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 13th June 2009, 19:21

Dee, yes it is partially the cost. The main contributing factor is a Phd student about 5 years ago studying Oak trees, I am led to believe, there is a chance of it being past to roses. It is called SOD, sudden oak death. David Austin has to send his roses via South Africa at present. He is trying to go through Japan as I understand, so they might get here faster, not sure how.
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Re: All this Winter

Post by Bemo on 14th June 2009, 00:24

roseman wrote:.... is he weeping because he dropped his booze. ...

the shrubs in this corner weep also, ..may want help to find the booze.., only "Dortmund' is not interested:

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don't prune too much

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Post by Bemo on 14th June 2009, 18:51

Hi Roselovers,
first I have to say 'thank you' for the great feedback, must also say, you are a fantastic audience.

Then I have two for 2day

'Honky Tonk Woman' is still in a pod and looks a little bit dolled up:
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'Bonica' is one of the late starters this year, imagine this rose together with a dark blue 'delphi':
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let it bloom

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Re: All this Winter

Post by Guest on 14th June 2009, 19:29

love a good honky tonk Lady LOL Yeeehaaa Razz

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Post by Admin on 14th June 2009, 20:44

Bernhard... is that Honky Tonk Woman (that's ones of your hyrbids isn't it???) growing in the ground with gravel around it? You have just given me the most awesome idea!!! 'Forgotten Beauty' is a great name for a rose actually... and 'Aprikola' seems like it would be a good parent... check these links out about it:

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Post by Bemo on 14th June 2009, 23:55

The Estate wrote:love a good honky tonk Lady LOL Yeeehaaa Razz

first HTW should be named 'I saw here standing there' after one of the early Beatles songs, but it was too long for a rose name. So I decided to name it HTW, althoug the song is from the stones Laughing Laughing Laughing

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Post by Bemo on 15th June 2009, 00:22

Simon wrote:Bernhard... is that Honky Tonk Woman (that's ones of your hyrbids isn't it???) growing in the ground with gravel around it? You have just given me the most awesome idea!!! 'Forgotten Beauty' is a great name for a rose actually... and 'Aprikola' seems like it would be a good parent... check these links out about it:

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Hi Simon, yes it is [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]. This rose is not yet planted in the ground, it's growing in a pod which stays on gravel. The gravel is also ready prepared to plant roses ore something there, beneath is a scarf against weed (don' know the english meaning).

'Aprikola' as parent plant is also often dicussed in the german forums, but I have not seen any good result yet. Although 'forgotten Beauty' has very nice blooms, it is not resistant vs BS.

My favourite rose for resistance intake will become 'Jacobs Krönung', a doughter of 'Immensee'. This rose has been also mentioned in the last link you sent. I have not shown any results of my last year cross from 'JK' because the sedlings have not yet bloomed, but the foliage looks excellent.

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Re: All this Winter

Post by Bemo on 20th June 2009, 00:57

Aphrodite under cover:

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Ghislaine..., shot last week in the garden of our friends as we met us for a '5 a clock beer'

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Re: All this Winter

Post by Bemo on 20th June 2009, 23:55

the hip has been found on 'American Pillar' in the Rosary Uetersen in 2007:
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an other view on 'Ghislaine...':
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'NDR1...' with her attendant
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and 'Rosenfest', also showing the actual weather conditions here:
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have a good winter start

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Re: All this Winter

Post by Guest on 21st June 2009, 10:14

Bemo wrote:Aphrodite under cover:


Ghislaine..., shot last week in the garden of our friends as we met us for a '5 a clock beer'

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nice one, cant beat a 5 ocock beer 'Merry'

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Post by Bemo on 24th June 2009, 04:00

with her romantic puff of white powder it's almost a fairytale:

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'red dorothy perkins'

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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 24th June 2009, 06:24

Bernhard, our Dorothy Perkins is pretty thorny, is the red one as thorny or less.
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Re: All this Winter

Post by Ripley on 24th June 2009, 07:58

It doesn't look to be in that pic does it roseman, although i can see a few nasty spines on those leaves.

I dont really like Dorothy Perkins and Im not a great fan of a lot of red roses but that one is lovely.
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Re: All this Winter

Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 24th June 2009, 17:40

Ripley, we could start a new thread on that subject. If you do list yours, and see how many follow, the forum is a bit quiet at the moment, we have people looking but not posting, any variety of red will start you off.
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Post by Ripley on 24th June 2009, 20:10

hmmm, what red roses do i have/like... Hmmmm
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