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Post by rosemeadow on 28th November 2009, 02:02

Mrs Harold Brooks.
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Dianna Allen.
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Together.
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Mrs Fred Danks.
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Argosy.
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Argosy, Lady Mann and Cicely Lascelles.
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Lady Mann.
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Post by wedge on 28th November 2009, 02:10

Looking good Rosemeadow !! I see you have the mulch thing happening since i was there. Last weekend i went to my daughter's place and transplanted 4 David Austin roses she had that weren't doing very well. The others that she had went to rose heaven !! I potted out the ones i removed and a lot of blackspot broke out on them during the week. They're not looking too bad now so i may need your expertise in identifying them when they come into flower. I'm sure someone on this forum will be able to help me out when the time comes.
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Post by Sandie on 28th November 2009, 08:08

Some nice roses there Rosemeadow-I particularly like Dianna Allen.
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Post by Admin on 28th November 2009, 12:58

'Argosy' is lovely too Karen... things are really looking good up your way too Thumbsup

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Post by rosemeadow on 28th November 2009, 22:13

Hi Wedge, Sandy and Simon, thanks for your comments. I hope you new David Austins go well for you Wedge. I need another trailer load to get every thing in the garden mulched. But all the new roses are almost done. Yes Sandy, Dianna Allen looks pretty, It will interesting to see how they look when they are older rose bushes.
Simon, I am quite impressed with the Alister Clark roses and I am going to try hand pollinating between them. All atleast study their bloodlines. Itys dry up here but getting the odd new blooms.

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Post by Admin on 28th November 2009, 22:25

I'd recommend, as was recommended to me by Viru and Bruce, to try 'Lady Mann' in your crosses. Apparently Viru is getting some excellent seedlings from it. He recommended it when I mentioned I was thinking of using 'Lorraine Lee'. He said 'Lorraine Lee' hadn't been very successful for him but 'Lady Mann', descended from 'Lorraine Lee' has been.

On another note... how did your 'Benjamin Britten' x 'FDY' seedlings go? This cross has captured my imagination... I think some of my 'Benjamin Britten' cuttings have taken and both the FDY plants you sent are looking good (so is 'Honorine de Brabant actually... about to flower for the first time too) and I'm hoping to also do the same cross in the future.

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Post by rosemeadow on 28th November 2009, 23:05

Thanks for telling me about Lady Mann, Simon, I have three bushes of it growing now, thanks to Bruce's budded roses. I also have about 6 x R. Gigantea I got from Bruce too.

Here are two Kathryn Morely x Fortune's Double Yellow seedlings.
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The Benjamin Britten are only just popping their heads about the soil and are very tiny yet, unless they are weeds. I think they are baby roses though. I never got any of the Fortune's Double Yellow seeds to grow yet, which I stopped watering stupidly, but I have started again now.
Thankyou for helping me to get the above seedlings, I am very excitted about them.

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