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Post by wphvet on 29th July 2010, 15:52

I have a few Tea roses,most less than 2 years old,all have been given room to grow up to 3 -4 metres,as I am letting them have their head to grow as large shrubs.
They include mons tillier, marie van Houtte, e.Veyrat Hermanos, mme Lombard, maman Cochet,Duchesse de brabant,
clb devoniensis, clb Lady Hillingdon, and Sombrieull, although I suspect the latter is really a Wichurian type as is often found.
However the Tea rose I am really excited about,has just arrived at the nursery,I have never seen it in the flesh but it always gets rave reviews,including from the tea ladies,,,,and is Madam Antoine Mari.
Does anyone in the forum grow her??
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Post by Admin on 29th July 2010, 18:22

Is a new one to me... will have to look it up Smile

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Post by Ozeboy on 29th July 2010, 21:31

wphvet, that's a nice lot of Tea roses which I am sure will bring you a lot of pleasure in the next few years.

I have tried to keep Tea's that make hips and suitable for breeding. A lot of the nicest ones don't make hips so are non breeders.

I have Madame Antoine Mari budded here and consider it very worthwhile.

General Gallieni is a real bloom machine but unfortunatly does not have fertile hips. I do propagate this one and it has bloomed non stop for the past 6 weeks despite numerous morning frosts.

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Post by Admin on 29th July 2010, 21:37

I reckon you guys are getting the colder weather up there. We haven't had a frost for about 2 weeks. This morning was a balmy 8 degrees... everything seems to be warming up. We had snow in September last year after a warm spell like this. I reckon Mother Nature is just trying to fool us into a false sense of security before hitting us with a whiteout again Rolling Eyes

Comtesse de Labarthe and Lorraine Lee have flowered all winter so far, as has Safrano.

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Post by Balinbear on 29th July 2010, 22:58

We grow Madam Antoine Mari and it grows quite well. We actually have 10 (5 each side) beside a path beneath the Souv de Leonie Vernott trellis, a couple beside the driveway and 10 around the base of the wysteria pergola. They strike easily from cuttings as all of these came from one rose.

The colour varies depending on the time of year. Its almost white at present and is pink in summer

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Post by Balinbear on 29th July 2010, 23:03

Simon Most of our teas have been flowering since early June. Someactually flower better (but not as many flowers at once) than they do in spring.
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Post by Admin on 29th July 2010, 23:40

Your temperatures haven't been down to -4 though Wink

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Post by Balinbear on 30th July 2010, 08:29

Yeah our Temperature has only hit single figures 2 or 3 days this winter. Usually have 1 or 2 mornings with 0 or -1 each winter but not yet this year. Last year and the year before probably made up for it though with several sub zero mornings.

Most of the the teas flower early June every year. We are tossing up about doing an open garden and we will probably do it at that time as the camilleas are flowering and the flowers on the teas are not affected so much by the heat and the bugs.
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Post by Guest on 30th July 2010, 08:36

Mme Antoine must be one of those roses affected by sun, or at least light - is the word phototrophic? I was given one with flowers that had opened in the darkness of a storage compartment a day or two earlier, and they were white. A few hours in the sun and the exposed bits had turned pink.
It's a very lovely rose; shapely flowers.
The Tealadies describe E Veyrat Hermanos as a house-eater. It balled all spring in my garden.


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Post by wphvet on 30th July 2010, 12:35

Yes David,the one which looks to set hips is Mme Lombard,and it historically bred many roses.
I had purchased the rose called mme Berard,which also was a prolific breeder,but it was this rose that turned out to be E.Veyrat Hermanos. It is certainly growing and is being trained on support as I too have read it is a rose thug.
Apparently MMe Berard may be sold in Aust as Adam,but I haven't pursued this further.
Balinbear your roses sound fantastic.

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Post by rosemeadow on 30th July 2010, 21:45

I have one of Mme Antoine Mari that I grew from a cutting too.
That hedge must look fantastic Balinbear !

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Post by Balinbear on 1st August 2010, 19:38

The hedge will look great in a year or so. The roses have grown a bit scragally as they do grow quite fast up here but once they are lightly pruned over the next year or two they will be great.

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Post by Balinbear on 1st August 2010, 19:44

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Some of the roses (mainly David Austins) have removed from the garden and we a few more teas that have not flowered as yet
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Post by rosemeadow on 2nd August 2010, 14:43

Our roses are only just starting to get a few leaves, let alone blooms !

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Post by Guest on 28th April 2011, 18:57

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Post by Dave on 28th April 2011, 19:15

Mistydowns has them all listed
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Post by Guest on 28th April 2011, 19:30

thanks dave I am in their site at the moment clicking away at the load cart LOL

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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 28th April 2011, 19:45

Warren, Noel(Mistydowns) come sto mudgee each July, how far off his place to yours , driving wise would he come, Direction might save post and get better plants, ony a thought.
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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 29th April 2011, 06:17

Warren, also I have just finnished googling your 4 roses and they appear all to be of pink shades, will they be crossed or are they to be crossed with something totally different.
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Post by Guest on 29th April 2011, 06:23

Top of the morning to you roseman,

Had a rethink last night, M A Mari and G nabonnand are going , the list will be this now ordering today

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Post by Guest on 29th April 2011, 06:33

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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 29th April 2011, 06:42

Thanks Warren, I thought crossing them you would only end up with different form and pink colours again.
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Post by Guest on 18th September 2011, 09:02

Baronne Henriette De Snoy starting to flower.

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