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  2. ARMANDII
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    IT'S NEVER ONLY A ROSE 2018

    I agree with Verdun. With respects, to cut off a limb or similar and expect it to take root is like planting an established tree and then expect it to grow roots, rather like, puting the cart...
    I agree with Verdun. With respects, to cut off a limb or similar and expect it to take root is like planting an established tree and then expect it to grow roots, rather like, puting the cart before the horse. Personally I have always prefered cutting like Verdun mentions and also more mature...
    I agree with Verdun. With respects, to cut off a limb or similar and expect it to take root is like planting an established tree and then expect it to grow roots, rather like, puting the cart before the horse. Personally I have always prefered...
    I agree with Verdun. With respects, to cut off a limb or similar and expect it to take root is like planting an established tree and then expect it to grow roots, rather like, puting the cart...
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  3. wiseowl
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    Like x 3

    Pot Sizes

    Thank you, That is going to be really helpful!
    Thank you, That is going to be really helpful!
    Thank you, That is going to be really helpful!
    Thank you, That is going to be really helpful!
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  4. wiseowl
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    Members Roses 2018

    This Thread is for images of members Roses 2018
    This Thread is for images of members Roses 2018
    This Thread is for images of members Roses 2018
    This Thread is for images of members Roses 2018
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  5. wiseowl
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    New Roses for 2018

    Thank you for showing us these lovely roses :) 'Lovestruck' and 'Little Angel' are tempting but I'm considering roses with a more informal approach in my new garden. I will reveal all in time. ;)
    Thank you for showing us these lovely roses :) 'Lovestruck' and 'Little Angel' are tempting but I'm considering roses with a more informal approach in my new garden. I will reveal all in time. ;)
    Thank you for showing us these lovely roses :) 'Lovestruck' and 'Little Angel' are tempting but I'm considering roses with a more informal approach in my new garden. I will reveal all in time. ;)
    Thank you for showing us these lovely roses :) 'Lovestruck' and 'Little Angel' are tempting but I'm considering roses with a more informal approach in my new garden. I will reveal all in time. ;)
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  6. 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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  7. 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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  9. 2nd_bassoon

    Support for bush rose?

    Perhaps to add to Sheal's comment. Sometimes it is wise to scratch away the soil and make really certain where this shoot is coming from. The usual practice for removal is to tear the offender...
    Perhaps to add to Sheal's comment. Sometimes it is wise to scratch away the soil and make really certain where this shoot is coming from. The usual practice for removal is to tear the offender away. Doing this will also remove a small area of backing, thus the viable genes also go. To simply...
    Perhaps to add to Sheal's comment. Sometimes it is wise to scratch away the soil and make really certain where this shoot is coming from. The usual practice for removal is to tear the offender away. Doing this will also remove a small area of...
    Perhaps to add to Sheal's comment. Sometimes it is wise to scratch away the soil and make really certain where this shoot is coming from. The usual practice for removal is to tear the offender...
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  10. Mike Allen
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    Roses only or a mixture.

    I created a rose bed in my last garden and was considering under planting it when I decided to move house. Keeping the weeds at bay was becoming a chore so I thought about Lavender or ground cover...
    I created a rose bed in my last garden and was considering under planting it when I decided to move house. Keeping the weeds at bay was becoming a chore so I thought about Lavender or ground cover plants.Nine floribunda roses in the bed but not all can be seen.After removing the turf I...
    I created a rose bed in my last garden and was considering under planting it when I decided to move house. Keeping the weeds at bay was becoming a chore so I thought about Lavender or ground cover plants.Nine floribunda roses in the bed but not...
    I created a rose bed in my last garden and was considering under planting it when I decided to move house. Keeping the weeds at bay was becoming a chore so I thought about Lavender or ground cover...
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  11. Mike Allen

    Pruning for long stemmed cut roses.

    Friends, I do apologise for this hic-cup. I spotted a private email from the forum. I mentioned about HT Roses and long stemmed cutting. I could have written one of my " Manuscripts" LOL. ...
    Friends, I do apologise for this hic-cup. I spotted a private email from the forum. I mentioned about HT Roses and long stemmed cutting. I could have written one of my " Manuscripts" LOL. However perhaps this link might be of use.Back soon. Not feeling very well at the mo.
    Friends, I do apologise for this hic-cup. I spotted a private email from the forum. I mentioned about HT Roses and long stemmed cutting. I could have written one of my " Manuscripts" LOL. However perhaps this link might be of use.Back...
    Friends, I do apologise for this hic-cup. I spotted a private email from the forum. I mentioned about HT Roses and long stemmed cutting. I could have written one of my " Manuscripts" LOL. ...
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  12. Jack Sparrow

    Rose in pot

    Gary i am pleased your seeing some growth in them mate :thumbsup:...just give them a little longer before altering anything in my opinion :)
    Gary i am pleased your seeing some growth in them mate :thumbsup:...just give them a little longer before altering anything in my opinion :)
    Gary i am pleased your seeing some growth in them mate :thumbsup:...just give them a little longer before altering anything in my opinion :)
    Gary i am pleased your seeing some growth in them mate :thumbsup:...just give them a little longer before altering anything in my opinion :)
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  13. Mike Allen

    Rosa Rosette Disease

    @Mike Allen You've got a strong point there mate and plus some of our bad weather storms besides have come to us from the USA.Defra, UK - Science Search
    @Mike Allen You've got a strong point there mate and plus some of our bad weather storms besides have come to us from the USA.Defra, UK - Science Search
    @Mike Allen You've got a strong point there mate and plus some of our bad weather storms besides have come to us from the USA.Defra, UK - Science Search
    @Mike Allen You've got a strong point there mate and plus some of our bad weather storms besides have come to us from the USA.Defra, UK - Science Search
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  14. Greg C

    Growing roses

    Soooooo....the roses are in! A week before the snow arrived! I made some covers out of wire and plastic to try keep the snow off them as they were only in the ground 4 days before they snow...
    Soooooo....the roses are in! A week before the snow arrived! I made some covers out of wire and plastic to try keep the snow off them as they were only in the ground 4 days before they snow landed. Now here is another question. My wife has this small indoor rose plant. Can this be planted in...
    Soooooo....the roses are in! A week before the snow arrived! I made some covers out of wire and plastic to try keep the snow off them as they were only in the ground 4 days before they snow landed. Now here is another question. My wife has this...
    Soooooo....the roses are in! A week before the snow arrived! I made some covers out of wire and plastic to try keep the snow off them as they were only in the ground 4 days before they snow...
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  15. "M"

    Black and yellow spots on leaves

    Evening @wiseowl We'll know more when the summer comes and it blooms...pictures will be taken :dbgrtmb::)
    Evening @wiseowl We'll know more when the summer comes and it blooms...pictures will be taken :dbgrtmb::)
    Evening @wiseowl We'll know more when the summer comes and it blooms...pictures will be taken :dbgrtmb::)
    Evening @wiseowl We'll know more when the summer comes and it blooms...pictures will be taken :dbgrtmb::)
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  16. NessaJ70

    Replacement climbing rose?

    Wow, that's a beautiful rose, a real chameleon! Thanks both :)
    Wow, that's a beautiful rose, a real chameleon! Thanks both :)
    Wow, that's a beautiful rose, a real chameleon! Thanks both :)
    Wow, that's a beautiful rose, a real chameleon! Thanks both :)
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  17. wiseowl
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    Roses £2 each at Tescos

    They are £3 each at T O F SG.
    They are £3 each at T O F SG.
    They are £3 each at T O F SG.
    They are £3 each at T O F SG.
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  18. Fat Controller

    Pruning and moving advice please

    @Sheal In the summer our gardens are watered heavy..every other day when the sun goes in besides a lovely climber in the trees and in autumn the colours are gorgeous :)
    @Sheal In the summer our gardens are watered heavy..every other day when the sun goes in besides a lovely climber in the trees and in autumn the colours are gorgeous :)
    @Sheal In the summer our gardens are watered heavy..every other day when the sun goes in besides a lovely climber in the trees and in autumn the colours are gorgeous :)
    @Sheal In the summer our gardens are watered heavy..every other day when the sun goes in besides a lovely climber in the trees and in autumn the colours are gorgeous :)
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  19. HarryS

    Yellow Rose ID ?

    I likes roses too but only these:snorky:
    I likes roses too but only these:snorky:
    I likes roses too but only these:snorky:
    I likes roses too but only these:snorky:
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  20. Tetters

    For a rose fan..atic

    @Tetter, that video was just relaxing watching those roses :wow:
    @Tetter, that video was just relaxing watching those roses :wow:
    @Tetter, that video was just relaxing watching those roses :wow:
    @Tetter, that video was just relaxing watching those roses :wow:
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  21. ARMANDII

    IT'S NEVER ONLY A ROSE - 2017

    Logan my one rose tree flowers in your first colour this one and the heads are quite big.:)
    Logan my one rose tree flowers in your first colour this one and the heads are quite big.:)
    Logan my one rose tree flowers in your first colour this one and the heads are quite big.:)
    Logan my one rose tree flowers in your first colour this one and the heads are quite big.:)
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  22. wiseowl
    Like x 3

    A to Z of Gardening

    :thankyou: @wiseowl for the heads-up will pop it on catch up, as I've been away Woo- so missed it :doh:
    :thankyou: @wiseowl for the heads-up will pop it on catch up, as I've been away Woo- so missed it :doh:
    :thankyou: @wiseowl for the heads-up will pop it on catch up, as I've been away Woo- so missed it :doh:
    :thankyou: @wiseowl for the heads-up will pop it on catch up, as I've been away Woo- so missed it :doh:
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  23. madon37s

    ID of rose and pruning advice please.

    Many thanks again Sheal for your input and advice. Looks like I need to wait until just before next spring then to prune. I'd better find my welding gloves methinks.....
    Many thanks again Sheal for your input and advice. Looks like I need to wait until just before next spring then to prune. I'd better find my welding gloves methinks.....
    Many thanks again Sheal for your input and advice. Looks like I need to wait until just before next spring then to prune. I'd better find my welding gloves methinks.....
    Many thanks again Sheal for your input and advice. Looks like I need to wait until just before next spring then to prune. I'd better find my welding gloves methinks.....
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  24. Loopylupin

    Oh dear! My poor rose!

    Hi help needed please I know very little about roses can theses be saved? They have black spot and look dead at the bottom any advise would be gratefully received
    Hi help needed please I know very little about roses can theses be saved? They have black spot and look dead at the bottom any advise would be gratefully received
    Hi help needed please I know very little about roses can theses be saved? They have black spot and look dead at the bottom any advise would be gratefully received
    Hi help needed please I know very little about roses can theses be saved? They have black spot and look dead at the bottom any advise would be gratefully received
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  25. Snorky85
    Like x 5

    David Austin vs Poundstretcher

    Thanks Verdun. :)
    Thanks Verdun. :)
    Thanks Verdun. :)
    Thanks Verdun. :)
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  26. Sandy Ground

    Rose Problem

    @Sandy Ground my friend oh that is great news and many thanks for letting me know,your post is greatly appreciated,its not often that we get a positive outcome reply post on our Rose Forum,enjoy...
    @Sandy Ground my friend oh that is great news and many thanks for letting me know,your post is greatly appreciated,its not often that we get a positive outcome reply post on our Rose Forum,enjoy your evening :blue thumb:
    @Sandy Ground my friend oh that is great news and many thanks for letting me know,your post is greatly appreciated,its not often that we get a positive outcome reply post on our Rose Forum,enjoy your evening :blue thumb:
    @Sandy Ground my friend oh that is great news and many thanks for letting me know,your post is greatly appreciated,its not often that we get a positive outcome reply post on our Rose Forum,enjoy...
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  27. 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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  28. 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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