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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 10th June 2012, 06:02

Many of us have Daniel. I am off now to get some firewood, I will PM you when I get home.
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Post by sue-anne on 10th June 2012, 10:47

yes I have dealt with treloars, they have been very good and fair to deal with ,last season some roses arrived ,one flowered a different colour to what it was supposed to be , I sent an email off to inform them

then they rang me and we worked out what had happened ,thye did offer me a refund or the option to have the right rose sent this season ,also to keep the other one (federation of australia rose )

this could happen to anyone so I wasnt worried to much and yesterday my new rose arrived ,packed really well and at no cost re postage to me or anything so thanks must go to treloars

yes I would recomend them for sure
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Post by dannyboy on 10th June 2012, 11:14

Thanks guys for the information there website is very good to.

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Post by jordan71 on 10th June 2012, 13:25

dannyboy wrote:Has anybody dealed with this company they have a big range of roses.Cheers

i have never bought anything direct from them .. emailed em once .. the person that replied was rude and short and it felt like he didnt want to be there
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Post by sue-anne on 10th June 2012, 14:45

goodness jordan that would have been awful ,though remember the written word can sound cruel at times , maybe he was having a bad day
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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 10th June 2012, 17:48

Sue-Anne, if you had a business, would you want that from an employee.
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Post by sue-anne on 10th June 2012, 21:20

no of course not roseman and I would have rang and spoke to someone about it ,and certainly followed it up for sure

its quite odd really as I am sure jordan had asked a similar question elsewhere and never said anything then when I said treloars ,unless its another person if so I apologise

really really odd
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Post by AutumnDamask on 10th June 2012, 21:57

I've ordered roses for years from Treloars and always found them great to deal with. Roses have always been excellent growers.
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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 11th June 2012, 06:09

Sue-Anne, We have 3 people on this forum from nurseries, they are Swane's, Rankins and Treloars. We also have Ozeboy(Glenorie Roses). I have in the past either PMd one of them or the member that has had "issues" all to the best of my knowledge have been resolved. I do not favour either, ither, nor.
Can I suggest if any member has concerns how they are treated by any company that they or we use(reccommend), always get the employees name, that way any concern can be looked at and not just the brand name.
IMO it is in their best interest to address these things quickly.
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Post by sue-anne on 11th June 2012, 08:34

I realise there are nursery people here Roseman ,as I have been here before too,albeit ages ago

I dont have a problem with any nursery and certainly dont play favourites

our garden when out of town was a bit of a problem re growing roses and I found each and every nursery I contacted were so very helpful ,so I have nothing but praise

yes a very good idea to ask a persons name for follow up if needed
you have a great forum here Very Happy
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Post by The Estate on 11th June 2012, 11:42

Out of interest is anyone from Misty Downs on RT ?
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Post by jordan71 on 11th June 2012, 13:46

its all good .. like i said i should have called back and spoke to a manager or someone in charge .. but ah well .. never mind
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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 12th June 2012, 06:39

The Estate wrote:Out of interest is anyone from Misty Downs on RT ?
No is the simple answer Cheryl, they have never asked and (we) have never offered
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Post by dannyboy on 12th June 2012, 13:05

Put a order in for a couple of roses that were hard to find after they send me a current book of all the roses they have They were very helpful on the phone I spoke to Gary I think.There prices very competitive to.

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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 12th June 2012, 16:45

This is copied from a PM from Daniel with his permission.

Daniel, if it is OK with you may I post this on the forum please, I believe in "give credit where credit is due".
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dannyboy Mon 11 Jun - 10:54

Hi David

I rang them up yesterday and spoke to one of the owners who was very helpful and they had all the roses I wanted Warm Wishes and a few more so I'm happy.I put a order in and they will arrive early July.Very competitive prices to.Thanks for your help roseman.I try to get on the forum when I can after work graveyard hours lol.Regards
Daniel


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Post by jordan71 on 12th June 2012, 16:45

dannyboy wrote:Put a order in for a couple of roses that were hard to find after they send me a current book of all the roses they have They were very helpful on the phone I spoke to Gary I think.There prices very competitive to.

what u ordering dan ?
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Post by dannyboy on 13th June 2012, 03:45

jordan71 wrote:
dannyboy wrote:Put a order in for a couple of roses that were hard to find after they send me a current book of all the roses they have They were very helpful on the phone I spoke to Gary I think.There prices very competitive to.

what u ordering dan ?


Hi mate I'm ordering Warm Wishes ,Parole.I had trouble finding them at any nurseries. I ordered Summer of Love which is last years new release to.Does anybody grow Papa Meilland?.Is it hard to grow as the flower looks very nice on the internet.

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Post by jordan71 on 13th June 2012, 04:35

dannyboy wrote:
jordan71 wrote:
dannyboy wrote:Put a order in for a couple of roses that were hard to find after they send me a current book of all the roses they have They were very helpful on the phone I spoke to Gary I think.There prices very competitive to.

what u ordering dan ?


Hi mate I'm ordering Warm Wishes ,Parole.I had trouble finding them at any nurseries. I ordered Summer of Love which is last years new release to.Does anybody grow Papa Meilland?.Is it hard to grow as the flower looks very nice on the internet.

dan Papa Meilland is awesome .. i grow it.. nice bloom and smells great also .. unfortunatley does suffer little from black spot .. but otherwise nice rose


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Post by betsyw on 13th June 2012, 12:20

Nice selections, Danny. I'm a Treloars customer of long standing, and last year added several more Paroles to my collection via this supplier. All have done extremely well. I wish you joy of your new roses.

Hope you love Parole as much as I do, but whatever your final judgement, I will be very interested to hear your thoughts on this one, pro and con, during the season.
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Post by dannyboy on 13th June 2012, 15:56

betsyw wrote:Nice selections, Danny. I'm a Treloars customer of long standing, and last year added several more Paroles to my collection via this supplier. All have done extremely well. I wish you joy of your new roses.

Hope you love Parole as much as I do, but whatever your final judgement, I will be very interested to hear your thoughts on this one, pro and con, during the season.

Thanks for the reply.The first I saw of Parole was at the Victorian State Rose garden in Werribee.Me and my wife fell in love with it, it's perfume and flower were so beautiful.The flower is the largest of any hybird tea rose.Very special rose Parole is.Does it need more TLC then other roses?.Warm Wishes I seen there to nice flower and great perfume to.

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Post by dannyboy on 13th June 2012, 16:01

jordan71 wrote:
dannyboy wrote:
jordan71 wrote:
dannyboy wrote:Put a order in for a couple of roses that were hard to find after they send me a current book of all the roses they have They were very helpful on the phone I spoke to Gary I think.There prices very competitive to.

what u ordering dan ?


Hi mate I'm ordering Warm Wishes ,Parole.I had trouble finding them at any nurseries. I ordered Summer of Love which is last years new release to.Does anybody grow Papa Meilland?.Is it hard to grow as the flower looks very nice on the internet.

dan Papa Meilland is awesome .. i grow it.. nice bloom and smells great also .. unfortunatley does suffer little from black spot .. but otherwise nice rose

Thanks for the reply it is very common to get as I see it at alot of places.Might head down this week Twisted Evil .

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Post by jordan71 on 13th June 2012, 18:49

i believe its name has changed to buxom beauty that is the parole rose i'm talking about
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Post by betsyw on 14th June 2012, 07:50

Jordan, "Buxom Beauty" is its alternate name mostly in the UK, and to my mind it's worse than "Parole", which refers to the original meaning of 'word of honour'. Both names are just tragic fromn a marketing standpoint, though. Might as well call the poor rose "Fatso" or "Jailbait". I adore Kordes roses, just love 'em, but the company is THE worst at naming their roses.

And this rose really deserves a good swing tag name. Danny, she has almost no vices, and no end of virtues in fragrance, form and substance. One could wish for more frequent rebloom, but she's not stingy like Granada. Substantial petals, sturdy straight stems, too, for great cutting, and she lasts well in the vase for such a highly oiled rose. The colour, to be honest, is loud, and definitely not to everyone's taste, but she is a good mixer with dark red roses, which soften her otherwise uncompromising French bordello magenta.

As a for bloom size, yeah, she can kick out with some big ones, but I've seen bigger on Valencia. In Victoria, she probably does live up to the Biggest Bloom claim. In high summer she produces very average sized and some small flowers. I wouldn't say she shuts down in the heat, but if you give her some afternoon shade she appreciates it. Maree doesn't care for her form and big boofy size, so you have to judge that for yourself

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Post by dannyboy on 14th June 2012, 14:11

betsyw wrote:Jordan, "Buxom Beauty" is its alternate name mostly in the UK, and to my mind it's worse than "Parole", which refers to the original meaning of 'word of honour'. Both names are just tragic fromn a marketing standpoint, though. Might as well call the poor rose "Fatso" or "Jailbait". I adore Kordes roses, just love 'em, but the company is THE worst at naming their roses.

And this rose really deserves a good swing tag name. Danny, she has almost no vices, and no end of virtues in fragrance, form and substance. One could wish for more frequent rebloom, but she's not stingy like Granada. Substantial petals, sturdy straight stems, too, for great cutting, and she lasts well in the vase for such a highly oiled rose. The colour, to be honest, is loud, and definitely not to everyone's taste, but she is a good mixer with dark red roses, which soften her otherwise uncompromising French bordello magenta.

As a for bloom size, yeah, she can kick out with some big ones, but I've seen bigger on Valencia. In Victoria, she probably does live up to the Biggest Bloom claim. In high summer she produces very average sized and some small flowers. I wouldn't say she shuts down in the heat, but if you give her some afternoon shade she appreciates it. Maree doesn't care for her form and big boofy size, so you have to judge that for yourself



Thanks for the reply very informative post and will let you know how I go.

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