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Post by Admin on 21st January 2010, 22:19

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Post by Carole on 23rd January 2010, 23:28

As in Roses or other plants Simon
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Post by Admin on 24th January 2010, 00:43

Anything that will fit somewhere on the forums... you guys don't have to wait for me to start all the threads Wink

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Post by wedge on 24th January 2010, 06:16

No Carole.......you're not allowed to talk about sex !!!! roflmao Stunned
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Post by Carole on 24th January 2010, 18:47

I said plants Dave Roses some of those I know a bit about not things I nothing about like sex Dance Dance Dance

Val, however has got me addicted to Irises roflmao bad girl that.
Do you want my list of Irises that are coming in February. Stunned lol!
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Post by Admin on 24th January 2010, 22:23

In the mixing and matching iris thread maybe Hmmmm

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button hole rose recommendations

Post by wphvet on 25th January 2010, 13:13

I am getting married soon,second time to a lovely lady with very green thumbs,and was wondering what the group can recommend as a button hole rose flower.I note that Theodore Roosavelt always used Duchesse de Brabant,which we have,but I'd be interested in any suggestions.My suit is charcoal grey,light colour shirt with a bit of purple in the tie.
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Post by Admin on 25th January 2010, 13:20

'Cecile Brunner' was called the 'Buttonhole Rose' for a while... Idea

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Post by Ozeboy on 25th January 2010, 15:30

I second Cecile Brunner as a button hole rose. This rose flushes in spring then always produces a few blooms right up until a second autumn flush.

I have a really good CB that seems to bloom more than others. If you settle into permanent accomodation would love to give you a CB plant from this bush as a belated wedding present.

As time goes on you will realise there are better clones to breed than others. That is why I treasure a lot of roses I have here for propagation.

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Post by Guest on 27th January 2010, 18:47

FWIW I would like to put forward the rose "Precious Memories" (DIChello) as a nice choice for your button hole rose Stephen:



Not too big or too small I think the colour would blend well with a bit of purple & charcoal grey. The rose plant itself could be kept as a constant reminder of your day because of its name! All the best to you & yours! Smile

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Post by Dave on 28th January 2010, 06:56

Both look nice. We had CB on our wedding breakfast tables. It's also called the "sweetheart rose."
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