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'Lady Huntingfield'

Post by Admin on 22nd December 2009, 21:42

This is a lovely rose... grows cleanly so far too Thumbsup

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Post by Ripley on 22nd December 2009, 22:27

Beautiful colour and shape Smile
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Post by Billndee on 23rd December 2009, 21:09

I have it too and I love it.
Saw a big one at an open garden in Woodbridge South Tasmania. It was at least 3 metres high and the owner assured me it was only about 4 years old.
They do use a lot of blood and bone in their garden. I saw bones everywhere!

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Post by Admin on 23rd December 2009, 21:54

Bones !!!! affraid

I can't use B&B here... my dogs get into it Rolling Eyes

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Post by rosemeadow on 24th December 2009, 08:51

Thanks for showing your excellent photos of Lady Huntingfield. I want more Alister Clarks next year, so this will be one of them.

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Post by Billndee on 27th December 2009, 19:41

Simon wrote:Bones !!!! affraid

I can't use B&B here... my dogs get into it Rolling Eyes

yep, it was rather off-putting. We deduced that the B&B was sourced from a local abattoir (how do you spell that?) and the bones were not crushed. There were leg bones, hoofs lying around. I didn't see any heads though. They must have tossed out the biggest ones. Creepy Laughing

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Re: 'Lady Huntingfield'

Post by Guest on 27th December 2009, 21:27

OMG the horror! Yuck! pale LOL

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Post by Ozeboy on 27th December 2009, 21:46

I use Yates B and B which is quite fine and breaks down quickly.

My cattle bitch is on a maternity holiday at present so I am able to use it.
Normally she would empty the pots roses and all.

I budded Lady Huntingfield last season which has flowered this spring.
What a beautiful rose it is, very healthy Alister Clark.

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