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Growing Roses magazine

Post by Blackrose on 7th June 2010, 16:54

Just back from the shops and while out popped into the new's agents and found " Growing Roses" magazine. Is this a new publication out ?
I'm happy I found it because it gives me a big list of Australian-bred varieties, which will stand a bigger chance of surviving Smile
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Post by Admin on 7th June 2010, 17:19

Is it a monthly mag. BR? What are the Aussie roses it lists?

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Post by Blackrose on 7th June 2010, 18:48

I'm not sure if it's a monthly mag.

Some of the Australian nurseries it names as having Australian-bred varieties are:

Ross Roses:- 65 Roses, Alicia Courage, Amazing Grace, Australia Fair, Community Banquet, Crown Princess Mary, Deane Ross, Flemington Racecourse, Flinders, Heart Of Gold, Howard Florey, International Gold, Judy's Song, Just Brilliant, Kilbreda, Lady Phelia, Loreto College, Loves Gift, Magic Moments, Mawson, Marnie Louise, Melbourne Town, Mrs Mary Thomson, Myrna Courage, Onkaparinga, Philadelphia, Pink Cavalier, Red Cavalier, Salvation, Society Belle, Soft Bouquet, Special Bond, St Francis Xaviour, St Johns Rose, Tapestry, Thankyou, The Archbishop, Valour, Wildfire.
Reliable Roses:- Alister Clark, Annie’s Song, April Hamer, Black Boy, “China Sunrise”, Cicely Lascelles, Cl. Helen Traubel, Cl. Shot Silk, Cl. White Maman Cochet, Claret Cup, Cousin Essie, Daydream, Gay Vista, Great Venture, Headline, Iced Parfait, Jenny Brown, Kitty Kininmonth, Lorraine Lee, Marjorie Atherton, Marjory Palmer, Mary Delahunty, Mary Guthrie, Minnie Watson, Mrs. Fred Danks, Nancy Hayward, Our Rosamond, Peter Benjamin, Rae Dungan, Ringlet, Shadow, Sunlit, Titian.
Thomas for Roses:- April Hamer, Brisbane Blush, Collegiate Pride, Country Women, Dawson’s Delight, Jeanette Murray, Karen Julie, La Stupenda, Megan Louise, Mrs Dunlop Best, Mrs Mary Thompson, Our Rosamond, Peter Benjamin, Pride of Mt Barker, Rae Dungan, Red Nella, Shadow, Shelly, Tania Verstak, Tapestry, Waltzing Matilda, Warrawee, Annies Song, Iced Parfait, Imp, In the Pink, Susan Irvine, Linda Thompson, Victoria Gold, Tracey Wickham and forty-one Alister Clark Roses

I found this list in the magazine and also on the Rose Society of NSW website as stated in the book.

It also has an bit about Brindabella Country Gardens in Toowoomba Very Happy

Just found it's #2 so i'm thinking it might be a new mag
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Post by Carole on 7th June 2010, 23:27

Sounds interesting Ali,
I have never heard of it but that means nothing roflmao I will have a look for it when I go into town.
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