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  2. ARMANDII
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    THIS YEARS ROSES - 2017

    Mine is not half as pretty as those posted by @Heucherella , , but I'd to share
    Mine is not half as pretty as those posted by @Heucherella , , but I'd to share
    Mine is not half as pretty as those posted by @Heucherella , , but I'd to share
    Mine is not half as pretty as those posted by @Heucherella , , but I'd to share
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  3. wiseowl
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    PHOTOS OF OUR ROSES TAKEN THIS YEAR 2017

    'Golden Wings', taken today
    'Golden Wings', taken today
    'Golden Wings', taken today
    'Golden Wings', taken today
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  4. wiseowl
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    PRUNING YOUR ROSES 2017

    Our Garden has a very nice Thornless Rose, its just about flowering now.
    Our Garden has a very nice Thornless Rose, its just about flowering now.
    Our Garden has a very nice Thornless Rose, its just about flowering now.
    Our Garden has a very nice Thornless Rose, its just about flowering now.
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  5. wiseowl
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    PLEASE DON'T FORGET TO PRUNE YOUR ROSES

    Good morning @Mowerman my friend yes I have more scars on me than your Rose canes;):heehee:
    Good morning @Mowerman my friend yes I have more scars on me than your Rose canes;):heehee:
    Good morning @Mowerman my friend yes I have more scars on me than your Rose canes;):heehee:
    Good morning @Mowerman my friend yes I have more scars on me than your Rose canes;):heehee:
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  6. ARMANDII
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    IT'S NEVER ONLY A ROSE - 2017

    The new thread for 2017:snorky:
    The new thread for 2017:snorky:
    The new thread for 2017:snorky:
    The new thread for 2017:snorky:
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  7. wiseowl
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    Growing Roses In Containers

    Good morningTerracotta is made from clay – which is just a kind of soil – that is turned on a wheel and fired in a kiln. The hotter the firing, the more frost-resistant it will be. This is...
    Good morningTerracotta is made from clay – which is just a kind of soil – that is turned on a wheel and fired in a kiln. The hotter the firing, the more frost-resistant it will be. This is important because terracotta can crack and flake in very cold weather because the pots absorb water which...
    Good morningTerracotta is made from clay – which is just a kind of soil – that is turned on a wheel and fired in a kiln. The hotter the firing, the more frost-resistant it will be. This is important because terracotta can crack and flake in...
    Good morningTerracotta is made from clay – which is just a kind of soil – that is turned on a wheel and fired in a kiln. The hotter the firing, the more frost-resistant it will be. This is...
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  8. wiseowl
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    Bare Root/Container Roses

    Roses were first sold in pots, as were most plants, to fulfil the demands of the instant gardener but the traditional method of supply is as bare root plants in the winter months, often by mail...
    Roses were first sold in pots, as were most plants, to fulfil the demands of the instant gardener but the traditional method of supply is as bare root plants in the winter months, often by mail order. There is little between them as far as the ultimate plant is concerned but there are advantages...
    Roses were first sold in pots, as were most plants, to fulfil the demands of the instant gardener but the traditional method of supply is as bare root plants in the winter months, often by mail order. There is little between them as far as the...
    Roses were first sold in pots, as were most plants, to fulfil the demands of the instant gardener but the traditional method of supply is as bare root plants in the winter months, often by mail...
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  10. Clueless76

    Climbing rose onto pergola

    Thanks irmemac!
    Thanks irmemac!
    Thanks irmemac!
    Thanks irmemac!
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  11. 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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  12. barryr

    help with roses

    thank you for your help with this rose here is the first picture of my plant so chuffed
    thank you for your help with this rose here is the first picture of my plant so chuffed
    thank you for your help with this rose here is the first picture of my plant so chuffed
    thank you for your help with this rose here is the first picture of my plant so chuffed
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  13. 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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  14. 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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  15. 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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  16. Rustler

    A Rose ID please.

    Put in many years ago by my better half but no clue as to variety. Any help appreciated. Cheers, Russ
    Put in many years ago by my better half but no clue as to variety. Any help appreciated. Cheers, Russ
    Put in many years ago by my better half but no clue as to variety. Any help appreciated. Cheers, Russ
    Put in many years ago by my better half but no clue as to variety. Any help appreciated. Cheers, Russ
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  17. 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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  18. 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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  19. 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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  20. 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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  21. Snorky85

    Frost or black spot?

    Thanks both, i'll get out there are get sorting them. Last year they were horrific but Id only just moved in-determined to make them better this year :)
    Thanks both, i'll get out there are get sorting them. Last year they were horrific but Id only just moved in-determined to make them better this year :)
    Thanks both, i'll get out there are get sorting them. Last year they were horrific but Id only just moved in-determined to make them better this year :)
    Thanks both, i'll get out there are get sorting them. Last year they were horrific but Id only just moved in-determined to make them better this year :)
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  22. Albertine

    Rambling rose through a grapevine?

    Albertine is very prone to mildew. There are better varieties.
    Albertine is very prone to mildew. There are better varieties.
    Albertine is very prone to mildew. There are better varieties.
    Albertine is very prone to mildew. There are better varieties.
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  23. Linz

    Sickly rose

    @Linz I've been told in another thread by Zigs that the above is not EU legal. So I think I should point this out to you before I get my wrists slapped again. :doh::)
    @Linz I've been told in another thread by Zigs that the above is not EU legal. So I think I should point this out to you before I get my wrists slapped again. :doh::)
    @Linz I've been told in another thread by Zigs that the above is not EU legal. So I think I should point this out to you before I get my wrists slapped again. :doh::)
    @Linz I've been told in another thread by Zigs that the above is not EU legal. So I think I should point this out to you before I get my wrists slapped again. :doh::)
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  24. The Early Bushman

    Potential threat

    Thanks guys i didnt think it was Aphids as iv only seen them fully established
    Thanks guys i didnt think it was Aphids as iv only seen them fully established
    Thanks guys i didnt think it was Aphids as iv only seen them fully established
    Thanks guys i didnt think it was Aphids as iv only seen them fully established
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  25. Sandy Ground

    Rose Problem

    You're welcome John. We are all still learning no matter how much experience we have. Gardening is an endless subject and there's always something new for us to pick up on, which is why we're here...
    You're welcome John. We are all still learning no matter how much experience we have. Gardening is an endless subject and there's always something new for us to pick up on, which is why we're here on Gardeners Corner sharing info. :)
    You're welcome John. We are all still learning no matter how much experience we have. Gardening is an endless subject and there's always something new for us to pick up on, which is why we're here on Gardeners Corner sharing info. :)
    You're welcome John. We are all still learning no matter how much experience we have. Gardening is an endless subject and there's always something new for us to pick up on, which is why we're here...
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  26. Valerian

    Rosa Virgo

    Thanks Woo :thumbsup:
    Thanks Woo :thumbsup:
    Thanks Woo :thumbsup:
    Thanks Woo :thumbsup:
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  27. Sandy Ground

    Single or Groups?

    Good evening @Sandy Ground I will have a look on my database a little later my friend as I have to finish off my new border for the next hour,meanwhile here is a better photo of the beautiful Rose
    Good evening @Sandy Ground I will have a look on my database a little later my friend as I have to finish off my new border for the next hour,meanwhile here is a better photo of the beautiful Rose
    Good evening @Sandy Ground I will have a look on my database a little later my friend as I have to finish off my new border for the next hour,meanwhile here is a better photo of the beautiful Rose
    Good evening @Sandy Ground I will have a look on my database a little later my friend as I have to finish off my new border for the next hour,meanwhile here is a better photo of the beautiful Rose
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  28. 2nd_bassoon

    To prune or not to prune?

    Many thanks @wiseowl - it was actually that thread that made me think of it, but I wasn't sure if two hard prunes in one winter would be too much. I'll add it to the job list for this week :)
    Many thanks @wiseowl - it was actually that thread that made me think of it, but I wasn't sure if two hard prunes in one winter would be too much. I'll add it to the job list for this week :)
    Many thanks @wiseowl - it was actually that thread that made me think of it, but I wasn't sure if two hard prunes in one winter would be too much. I'll add it to the job list for this week :)
    Many thanks @wiseowl - it was actually that thread that made me think of it, but I wasn't sure if two hard prunes in one winter would be too much. I'll add it to the job list for this week :)
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  29. luciusmaximus

    Climbing Roses in Pots

    That's good to hear ARMANDII :) I'm sure the buns will be greatly relieved :snorky:.
    That's good to hear ARMANDII :) I'm sure the buns will be greatly relieved :snorky:.
    That's good to hear ARMANDII :) I'm sure the buns will be greatly relieved :snorky:.
    That's good to hear ARMANDII :) I'm sure the buns will be greatly relieved :snorky:.
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