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  2. wiseowl
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    EVERYTHING APPERTAINING TO ROSES

    MOVING YOUR ROSEYou are about to find out if the rose you hoped would be a tidy little spot of color next to the path is going to be just that, or it’s going to be a rampant monster snatching...
    MOVING YOUR ROSEYou are about to find out if the rose you hoped would be a tidy little spot of color next to the path is going to be just that, or it’s going to be a rampant monster snatching the shirts of people’s backs as they walk by.When this happens you are faced with two choices. Cut it...
    MOVING YOUR ROSEYou are about to find out if the rose you hoped would be a tidy little spot of color next to the path is going to be just that, or it’s going to be a rampant monster snatching the shirts of people’s backs as they walk by.When...
    MOVING YOUR ROSEYou are about to find out if the rose you hoped would be a tidy little spot of color next to the path is going to be just that, or it’s going to be a rampant monster snatching...
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  3. ARMANDII
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    IT'S NEVER ONLY A ROSE - 2017

    @Snorky85 Very...very ....very pretty agreed :thumbsup: Again Mother Nature at her best :yes:..working her magic- the girl dun good :wub2:
    @Snorky85 Very...very ....very pretty agreed :thumbsup: Again Mother Nature at her best :yes:..working her magic- the girl dun good :wub2:
    @Snorky85 Very...very ....very pretty agreed :thumbsup: Again Mother Nature at her best :yes:..working her magic- the girl dun good :wub2:
    @Snorky85 Very...very ....very pretty agreed :thumbsup: Again Mother Nature at her best :yes:..working her magic- the girl dun good :wub2:
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  4. wiseowl
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    Gardeners' World Golden 50 years Jubilee Plant Winner

    Roses are very rewarding if you're prepared to look after them. :) If you haven't got the time or the inclination then they are definitely not the plants for you. I had Floribunda's in my last...
    Roses are very rewarding if you're prepared to look after them. :) If you haven't got the time or the inclination then they are definitely not the plants for you. I had Floribunda's in my last garden as they withstood the difficult climate I lived in.'Lucky!' In my experience almost completely...
    Roses are very rewarding if you're prepared to look after them. :) If you haven't got the time or the inclination then they are definitely not the plants for you. I had Floribunda's in my last garden as they withstood the difficult climate I lived...
    Roses are very rewarding if you're prepared to look after them. :) If you haven't got the time or the inclination then they are definitely not the plants for you. I had Floribunda's in my last...
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  6. 2nd_bassoon

    How to look after climbing rose?

    This years growth will produce next years flowers, if it was only a stump last year you wont see any flowers this year.
    This years growth will produce next years flowers, if it was only a stump last year you wont see any flowers this year.
    This years growth will produce next years flowers, if it was only a stump last year you wont see any flowers this year.
    This years growth will produce next years flowers, if it was only a stump last year you wont see any flowers this year.
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  7. Victoria

    Propagating Roses

    Its the Cinnamon that is the key here.. Cinnamon is very helpful stuff.. Cinnamon is a kind of antiseptic and has healing properties, been used for centuries in countries where it grows.. :thumbsup:
    Its the Cinnamon that is the key here.. Cinnamon is very helpful stuff.. Cinnamon is a kind of antiseptic and has healing properties, been used for centuries in countries where it grows.. :thumbsup:
    Its the Cinnamon that is the key here.. Cinnamon is very helpful stuff.. Cinnamon is a kind of antiseptic and has healing properties, been used for centuries in countries where it grows.. :thumbsup:
    Its the Cinnamon that is the key here.. Cinnamon is very helpful stuff.. Cinnamon is a kind of antiseptic and has healing properties, been used for centuries in countries where it grows.. :thumbsup:
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  8. Zigs

    Should this be doing this?

    Looks like weedkiller damage to me
    Looks like weedkiller damage to me
    Looks like weedkiller damage to me
    Looks like weedkiller damage to me
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  9. Zigs

    War of the Roses

    That's Chelt ing ham for you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    That's Chelt ing ham for you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    That's Chelt ing ham for you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    That's Chelt ing ham for you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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  10. Ses

    Can anyone help with id?

    Hi @Ses i have just found another photo of my New Dawn taken to n June when it was in full flower.As we are in drought conditions here where I live the bush is now starting to suffer a bit so the...
    Hi @Ses i have just found another photo of my New Dawn taken to n June when it was in full flower.As we are in drought conditions here where I live the bush is now starting to suffer a bit so the photo I put up was about the best I could offer:biggrin:Here is another photo to help you
    Hi @Ses i have just found another photo of my New Dawn taken to n June when it was in full flower.As we are in drought conditions here where I live the bush is now starting to suffer a bit so the photo I put up was about the best I could offer:biggrin:...
    Hi @Ses i have just found another photo of my New Dawn taken to n June when it was in full flower.As we are in drought conditions here where I live the bush is now starting to suffer a bit so the...
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  11. HarryS

    Yellow Rose ID ?

    Ooh that's interesting-didn't think of that being a way to id a rose!
    Ooh that's interesting-didn't think of that being a way to id a rose!
    Ooh that's interesting-didn't think of that being a way to id a rose!
    Ooh that's interesting-didn't think of that being a way to id a rose!
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  12. Loopylupin

    Oh dear! My poor rose!

    Thank you Wise Old Owl. I will have a bald rose as of tomorrow. I do do the pruning in the spring as a rule so will leave (un)well alone until then. Poor Mina rose....bought to mark birth of my...
    Thank you Wise Old Owl. I will have a bald rose as of tomorrow. I do do the pruning in the spring as a rule so will leave (un)well alone until then. Poor Mina rose....bought to mark birth of my granddaughter Minna. Should I feed the stalks or just water?
    Thank you Wise Old Owl. I will have a bald rose as of tomorrow. I do do the pruning in the spring as a rule so will leave (un)well alone until then. Poor Mina rose....bought to mark birth of my granddaughter Minna. Should I feed the stalks or...
    Thank you Wise Old Owl. I will have a bald rose as of tomorrow. I do do the pruning in the spring as a rule so will leave (un)well alone until then. Poor Mina rose....bought to mark birth of my...
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  13. Snorky85

    Climbing rose not flowering

    This one had a few nasties at the base but the further away from the base there was hardly any!Worlds Favourite Rose! :) I like that. Specifically picked this one as my Great Grandad (who was a...
    This one had a few nasties at the base but the further away from the base there was hardly any!Worlds Favourite Rose! :) I like that. Specifically picked this one as my Great Grandad (who was a VERY keen gardener) used to grow it. :)
    This one had a few nasties at the base but the further away from the base there was hardly any!Worlds Favourite Rose! :) I like that. Specifically picked this one as my Great Grandad (who was a VERY keen gardener) used to grow it. :)
    This one had a few nasties at the base but the further away from the base there was hardly any!Worlds Favourite Rose! :) I like that. Specifically picked this one as my Great Grandad (who was a...
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  14. barryr

    help with roses

    Good morning @barryr no worries my friend its your TLC that is the reason for your Rose is simply blooming,well done;):blue thumb:
    Good morning @barryr no worries my friend its your TLC that is the reason for your Rose is simply blooming,well done;):blue thumb:
    Good morning @barryr no worries my friend its your TLC that is the reason for your Rose is simply blooming,well done;):blue thumb:
    Good morning @barryr no worries my friend its your TLC that is the reason for your Rose is simply blooming,well done;):blue thumb:
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  15. Albertine

    Rambling rose through a grapevine?

    About your grape vine, have you tried leaving the fruit on for a lot longer. Sometimes people don't leave them on long enough.
    About your grape vine, have you tried leaving the fruit on for a lot longer. Sometimes people don't leave them on long enough.
    About your grape vine, have you tried leaving the fruit on for a lot longer. Sometimes people don't leave them on long enough.
    About your grape vine, have you tried leaving the fruit on for a lot longer. Sometimes people don't leave them on long enough.
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  16. Rustler

    A Rose ID please.

    Hi, it's very difficult, there's so many. But is it a hybrid tea, floribunda or a climber.? and how long ago.
    Hi, it's very difficult, there's so many. But is it a hybrid tea, floribunda or a climber.? and how long ago.
    Hi, it's very difficult, there's so many. But is it a hybrid tea, floribunda or a climber.? and how long ago.
    Hi, it's very difficult, there's so many. But is it a hybrid tea, floribunda or a climber.? and how long ago.
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  17. Clueless76

    Climbing rose onto pergola

    Thanks irmemac!
    Thanks irmemac!
    Thanks irmemac!
    Thanks irmemac!
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  18. BrandNewGardener

    I think I'm doing this wrong...

    Thank you, I hope so. These were totally bare stems just a week ago! It's got a long way to go but it's a good start. :)
    Thank you, I hope so. These were totally bare stems just a week ago! It's got a long way to go but it's a good start. :)
    Thank you, I hope so. These were totally bare stems just a week ago! It's got a long way to go but it's a good start. :)
    Thank you, I hope so. These were totally bare stems just a week ago! It's got a long way to go but it's a good start. :)
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  19. Snorky85

    Unknown climber - how to prine to promote more flowering ?

    Mine are flowering now, maybe a week or two since.
    Mine are flowering now, maybe a week or two since.
    Mine are flowering now, maybe a week or two since.
    Mine are flowering now, maybe a week or two since.
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  20. kamchow

    stromboli to dog?

    I've grown roses for many years @kamchow and the grafts have always been just above soil level. I haven't had issues with suckers so will continue to plant the same way in the future. :)Monty...
    I've grown roses for many years @kamchow and the grafts have always been just above soil level. I haven't had issues with suckers so will continue to plant the same way in the future. :)Monty Don? I'd take any advice he gives on any plant with a pinch of salt.
    I've grown roses for many years @kamchow and the grafts have always been just above soil level. I haven't had issues with suckers so will continue to plant the same way in the future. :)Monty Don? I'd take any advice he gives on any plant with a...
    I've grown roses for many years @kamchow and the grafts have always been just above soil level. I haven't had issues with suckers so will continue to plant the same way in the future. :)Monty...
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  21. Markymark

    What's this white mould?

    Good evening @Markymark the powdery mildew that attacks roses is known as Sphaerotheca pannosa Powdery mildew on roses will form what looks like a white powder over the surface area of the rose...
    Good evening @Markymark the powdery mildew that attacks roses is known as Sphaerotheca pannosa Powdery mildew on roses will form what looks like a white powder over the surface area of the rose leaves, and it may also spread to the stems and new rose buds. It can disfigure the leaves and they...
    Good evening @Markymark the powdery mildew that attacks roses is known as Sphaerotheca pannosa Powdery mildew on roses will form what looks like a white powder over the surface area of the rose leaves, and it may also spread to the stems and new...
    Good evening @Markymark the powdery mildew that attacks roses is known as Sphaerotheca pannosa Powdery mildew on roses will form what looks like a white powder over the surface area of the rose...
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  22. Jiffy

    Looking for a Rose

    Thank you M yes we are thrilled :)
    Thank you M yes we are thrilled :)
    Thank you M yes we are thrilled :)
    Thank you M yes we are thrilled :)
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  23. Zigs

    Rose id

    I'll really annoy my mate and pick it to bring up to Shineyland :heehee:
    I'll really annoy my mate and pick it to bring up to Shineyland :heehee:
    I'll really annoy my mate and pick it to bring up to Shineyland :heehee:
    I'll really annoy my mate and pick it to bring up to Shineyland :heehee:
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  24. TheMadHedger

    "Rosa Favourite"

    Thanks, it's a pink one. I'll pop it outside then. :)
    Thanks, it's a pink one. I'll pop it outside then. :)
    Thanks, it's a pink one. I'll pop it outside then. :)
    Thanks, it's a pink one. I'll pop it outside then. :)
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  25. Snorky85

    Training a climber

    Thanks @woo i'll have another look and see how flexible they are. If not i'll leave for now, but I was thinking that if I cut them off would they concentrate their energy on growing the stems up...
    Thanks @woo i'll have another look and see how flexible they are. If not i'll leave for now, but I was thinking that if I cut them off would they concentrate their energy on growing the stems up the trellis?(not sure if it works like that?!)
    Thanks @woo i'll have another look and see how flexible they are. If not i'll leave for now, but I was thinking that if I cut them off would they concentrate their energy on growing the stems up the trellis?(not sure if it works like that?!)
    Thanks @woo i'll have another look and see how flexible they are. If not i'll leave for now, but I was thinking that if I cut them off would they concentrate their energy on growing the stems up...
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