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Post by Guest on 9th April 2010, 16:37

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Re: Specific use roses

Post by Admin on 9th April 2010, 19:33

So you are looking at developing roses with scent for high wind situations LOL Great for teh neighbour downwind Wink

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Post by Guest on 11th April 2010, 00:46

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Post by Guest on 16th April 2010, 14:48

This may be of interesthttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rose#Uses ae the top of the page.


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Re: Specific use roses

Post by orchid40 on 16th April 2010, 20:12

I thought this was rather querky, and interesting too.

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Re: Specific use roses

Post by Admin on 17th April 2010, 11:43

Be cautious... Nothing about that article is credible... a lot of the information is wrong. The variety of rose used is 'Vendela' and it is widely grown here in Australia as a florist rose... most of this article is rubish.


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Post by Guest on 17th April 2010, 12:55

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Post by Guest on 18th April 2010, 04:35

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Post by orchid40 on 19th April 2010, 17:54

Hmmm, I wondered what the response would be. I don't believe everything I read on Wikipedia either!

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Post by Guest on 19th April 2010, 23:30

Try moving past the first attention. It's a rush.












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