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What's flowering 2010/11

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Re: What's flowering 2010/11

Post by Dave on 15th November 2010, 20:09

Great to see some happy roses. Most of mine are all mush with the rain. Dark Lady is a heart-stopper.

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Post by Alee on 15th November 2010, 21:02

Beautiful roses. Can't wait to see your JTO to open. What do you feed them Oz?

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Re: What's flowering 2010/11

Post by OzRose on 16th November 2010, 01:36

The last couple of years Alee, not a lot of anything so this year I tried something called Sudden Impact , which didn't have an impact at all that I could see so I have gone back to my old NPK and chook manure regime .
Certainly easier on the hip pocket !
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Re: What's flowering 2010/11

Post by OzRose on 16th November 2010, 02:30

Charles Austin[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]

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Re: What's flowering 2010/11

Post by Bemo on 16th November 2010, 02:56

your pictures are a bright spot in view of the ugly cold winterprospect here. Waiting now for the flowering jude... bounce

cheers Bernhard

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Re: What's flowering 2010/11

Post by Guest on 16th November 2010, 08:21

this is a rose I bred years ago and one of favourites , always full of bloom through the growing season

GLIMPSE






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Re: What's flowering 2010/11

Post by orchid40 on 16th November 2010, 09:55

I love your photo of Sweet Juliet, Ozrose. Well, they're all lovely of course.

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Re: What's flowering 2010/11

Post by Guest on 16th November 2010, 14:45

this is a pic of ROSIE LOWING a charles austin X ht


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Re: What's flowering 2010/11

Post by OzRose on 16th November 2010, 14:55

My wish list is getting longer and longer WOZ . roflmao
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Re: What's flowering 2010/11

Post by Guest on 16th November 2010, 15:11

this is one of my favourites always loaded with flowers and has quite a strong scent as well

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Post by Dave on 17th November 2010, 08:17

Floriferous, healthy, beautiful. You're a long way ahead of me!

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Re: What's flowering 2010/11

Post by OzRose on 18th November 2010, 10:52

A few more pics. Gotta get on top of this backlog Laughing I can take pix faster than I can post 'em. Wink

Ballerina by morning.[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]

and up close.[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]

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Rae Dungan. Not looking her beautiful best I'm afraid ; the Cursing thrip have moved in with this horrible hot weather.[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]

Royal Bassino . A new bush for me and it's first flowers. Still having trouble with those reds Tantrum [You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]

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Dapple Dawn getting decorated with her big pink bows.[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]

Not a rose I know , but a very important part of my bug fighting arsenal.[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]

Julia's Rose again. This bush is very shy with it's flowers , so when it does flower I tend to be out snapping away at them.[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]

cheers. Rosalie
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Post by orchid40 on 18th November 2010, 11:31

Wonderfully rosy, Rosalie! Julia's Rose is not a good performer IMHO but I do like the blooms when she gives them.
LOVE your little blue friend!

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Re: What's flowering 2010/11

Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 19th November 2010, 06:12

Rosalie, Julia's Rose has such intense colour in your shot, is it always so rich. Does it set hips, reason being one of our members named Damo thought it would make a great breeder. I have spoken to him about this and thought how it might cross with Just Joey or a couple of DA's.
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Re: What's flowering 2010/11

Post by OzRose on 19th November 2010, 10:43

I'll keep an eye on this crop of flowers and see what it does . I can't remember if I cut any off it at pruning time or not.

I have just been out and snapped a few more pics of it.
This is supposed to be the **Climbing** Julia's Rose. roflmao Please pardon my mirth but I can't imagine it ever being that vigorous. Admittedly it's growing in a tough part of the garden and tlc is scant , but not once have I seen a shoot on it that would make me think of a climber.
What I do find different to the "bush" versions that I have grown before , is that I do get more flowers off it and it does produce more than one flower at a time which was what I got from the bush roses.[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]
Who knows , if she's a good girl I might shift her to a better part of the garden next winter for a bit of pampering.
While it has got a bit of BS on the old lower leaves , [as do a lot of my roses because they are not sprayed] the upper leaves are clean.

Two flowers for you , one on each side of the bush , one in the morning sun and one in the shade.[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.][You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]

Seems to make a lot of pollen if that's of use to anybody.[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]
HMF lists it as a tetraploid ; what does this mean in relation to using it as a parent rose ?

cheers. Rosalie
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Re: What's flowering 2010/11

Post by Guest on 19th November 2010, 11:11

howdy rosalie

what gives this rose its unique colour is, (i looked at it with magnifying glasses) it is yellow based with a layer of blue cells covering, i have never thought of using it a breeder in any way because would nt be transfered over, it however has dr aj verhage in it, so would get some thing of a nice shape.

tetraploid just means 4 sets of chromosomes as with a lot of modern roses today , just means if you cross it moderns you get a nice balanced chromosome count, as with a triploid you have 2 sets say in the ovary and 1 set in the pollen (unbalanced)

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Re: What's flowering 2010/11

Post by Admin on 19th November 2010, 17:57

I would not use it as a breeder... nothing good can come out of it...

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Re: What's flowering 2010/11

Post by Guest on 20th November 2010, 06:53

as i said , i have never used it , had one in my old garden but it was always a bit iffy, growth is shocking , no vigour at all

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Re: What's flowering 2010/11

Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 20th November 2010, 06:54

I thought you like challenges Simon Wink , If Damo is reading this I hope chases his dream of breeding with and produces a bit of Abracadabra
If you do not mind Ozroz, could you with your experience of breeding give me/us some of what, Julia's Rose might go with please
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Re: What's flowering 2010/11

Post by OzRose on 25th November 2010, 13:15

A newbie for me ; introducing "Sky Tower"[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]

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I fell in love with it's ruffles. love
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Re: What's flowering 2010/11

Post by orchid40 on 25th November 2010, 14:39

Very pretty, Rosalie. I love ruffles too. Does it have a perfume?

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Post by Admin on 25th November 2010, 18:00

roseman wrote:I thought you like challenges Simon Wink

Love a challenge David... but you can't spin a silk purse from a sow's ear can you Wink

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Re: What's flowering 2010/11

Post by MsMW on 26th November 2010, 21:25

Oh You have a Jardin de Bagatelle looking just stunning...sob sob...possum killed mine...your photo's are striking and contagious. Roses look so very healthy n happy.

Love your puss walking around helping supervise you Smile my ole girl use to do that.. Smile

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Re: What's flowering 2010/11

Post by OzRose on 6th December 2010, 09:01

That's our Louie MsMW . If she doesn't actually follow me outside when I pick up my camera , she'll come running to join me in the garden .
It's very hard to take a picture of a flower when you have got a cat underneath the bush scratchng her chin on a stem and wiggling the plant ![You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]

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Re: What's flowering 2010/11

Post by OzRose on 6th December 2010, 09:16

I have two of these plants , both of which were bought at the same time labelled Climbing Cecile Brunner . One of them is, but this one I'm leaning more towards Bloomfield Abundance .[You must be registered and logged in to see this image.]
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