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Post by Balinbear on 30th March 2011, 17:21

Bruce

The Graham Harts up up and going across the top of a 2.5metre high pergola so the multiflora does ok up here.

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Post by Admin on 30th March 2011, 17:57

'Don Juan' is doing nicely. It only put out a foot long shoot before stoppping but this is normal for potted roses here. I had planned to liberate it over winter so the next few years will tell. It's always slower here and nights are getting down to 5 degrees here and days barely topping 20 so things are slowing down drastically already.

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Post by Ozeboy on 30th March 2011, 20:12

Simon, DJ is not a real fast grower which makes it an ideal climber for small gardens.

Ozrose, would you like some Multiflora cuttings to strike. There is a treatment plant at Flemington that charges $32.50 a batch to treat plants going to WA. Don't know the number of plants per batch though will inquire further if you are interested.

Simon they also treat plants for shipping to Tassie though they made mention there is extra treatment for the plants destined to WA.

Gary, that's good news, pleased Mrs Graham Hart likes staying with you in Qld married to Rosa Multiflora. Your Tea's for grafting haven't arrived yet.

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