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  1. Mike Allen

    Searching for Rosa Valerie

    Wish you well Mike and comfort :) Enjoy your roses:)
    Wish you well Mike and comfort :) Enjoy your roses:)
    Wish you well Mike and comfort :) Enjoy your roses:)
    Wish you well Mike and comfort :) Enjoy your roses:)
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  2. Mike Allen

    The RNRS.

    That's roughly what I was thinking Lori. Many householders don't seem to have time any more to maintain their gardens how they would like. Roses need a lot of attention to keep them in good...
    That's roughly what I was thinking Lori. Many householders don't seem to have time any more to maintain their gardens how they would like. Roses need a lot of attention to keep them in good condition so it's easier for people to use plants that need very little looking after.
    That's roughly what I was thinking Lori. Many householders don't seem to have time any more to maintain their gardens how they would like. Roses need a lot of attention to keep them in good condition so it's easier for people to use plants that...
    That's roughly what I was thinking Lori. Many householders don't seem to have time any more to maintain their gardens how they would like. Roses need a lot of attention to keep them in good...
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  3. MAJ

    Pruning dog roses/ramblers

    Thanks @wiseowl
    Thanks @wiseowl
    Thanks @wiseowl
    Thanks @wiseowl
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  4. Wobblycogs
    Friendly x 4

    Just got back after illness.

    Thank you Vicky thank you Verdun I will certainly do my best not to fall flat on my face.. just had my son's dog with me for a few days. Lovely dog but a bit exuberant for this old codger lol!
    Thank you Vicky thank you Verdun I will certainly do my best not to fall flat on my face.. just had my son's dog with me for a few days. Lovely dog but a bit exuberant for this old codger lol!
    Thank you Vicky thank you Verdun I will certainly do my best not to fall flat on my face.. just had my son's dog with me for a few days. Lovely dog but a bit exuberant for this old codger lol!
    Thank you Vicky thank you Verdun I will certainly do my best not to fall flat on my face.. just had my son's dog with me for a few days. Lovely dog but a bit exuberant for this old codger lol!
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  5. SteveR

    Burying Roses

    I would dig them out using a garden fork. The chances are the main root is still your side of the fence and if you can remove that without a problem the rest should pull free. Even if some of the...
    I would dig them out using a garden fork. The chances are the main root is still your side of the fence and if you can remove that without a problem the rest should pull free. Even if some of the roots break there will be enough for the rose/s to recover. It's a little late to move them now and...
    I would dig them out using a garden fork. The chances are the main root is still your side of the fence and if you can remove that without a problem the rest should pull free. Even if some of the roots break there will be enough for the rose/s to...
    I would dig them out using a garden fork. The chances are the main root is still your side of the fence and if you can remove that without a problem the rest should pull free. Even if some of the...
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  6. jezzwhizz

    Kiftsgate Roses

    Good morning @jezzwhizz my friend there are several different strains and it all depends on the location,soil,ect and and the scent and colour of the blooms are also determined by these factors.I...
    Good morning @jezzwhizz my friend there are several different strains and it all depends on the location,soil,ect and and the scent and colour of the blooms are also determined by these factors.I hope this has been a help to your questionKiftsgateSpecies / Wild. White, yellow stamens. ...
    Good morning @jezzwhizz my friend there are several different strains and it all depends on the location,soil,ect and and the scent and colour of the blooms are also determined by these factors.I hope this has been a help to your...
    Good morning @jezzwhizz my friend there are several different strains and it all depends on the location,soil,ect and and the scent and colour of the blooms are also determined by these factors.I...
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  7. Selleri

    Climbing roses- Iceberg or Starlight symphony?

    Yes, thanks a very helpful site, actually not that far away, though a shame they are not fully open to the public.This Cirrhosa Freckles winter flowering one has caught our eyes, though many...
    Yes, thanks a very helpful site, actually not that far away, though a shame they are not fully open to the public.This Cirrhosa Freckles winter flowering one has caught our eyes, though many others to check out.
    Yes, thanks a very helpful site, actually not that far away, though a shame they are not fully open to the public.This Cirrhosa Freckles winter flowering one has caught our eyes, though many others to check out.
    Yes, thanks a very helpful site, actually not that far away, though a shame they are not fully open to the public.This Cirrhosa Freckles winter flowering one has caught our eyes, though many...
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  8. ricky101

    RadioTimes /You Garden Shrub Rose offer

    Good luck @ricky101 , I hope you get a brilliant show and healthy plants. :)Poundland has bare root roses just now, the varieties are "red, pink, white and yellow. " :biggrin: Some are shrubs, some...
    Good luck @ricky101 , I hope you get a brilliant show and healthy plants. :)Poundland has bare root roses just now, the varieties are "red, pink, white and yellow. " :biggrin: Some are shrubs, some climbing, and there is no indication on size- however all claim to flower all summer. Interesting.... might...
    Good luck @ricky101 , I hope you get a brilliant show and healthy plants. :)Poundland has bare root roses just now, the varieties are "red, pink, white and yellow. " :biggrin: Some are shrubs, some climbing, and there is no indication on size- however all...
    Good luck @ricky101 , I hope you get a brilliant show and healthy plants. :)Poundland has bare root roses just now, the varieties are "red, pink, white and yellow. " :biggrin: Some are shrubs, some...
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  9. Jimb0b

    Suggestions please

    There was a period when new roses became popular due to their appearance. Sadly in most cases there were the 'Good Looks' but no scent. Then in more recent times breeders have managed to put the...
    There was a period when new roses became popular due to their appearance. Sadly in most cases there were the 'Good Looks' but no scent. Then in more recent times breeders have managed to put the scent back the bottle, Oops! Rose. So checking back over some of the older roses may help. Of...
    There was a period when new roses became popular due to their appearance. Sadly in most cases there were the 'Good Looks' but no scent. Then in more recent times breeders have managed to put the scent back the bottle, Oops! Rose. So checking...
    There was a period when new roses became popular due to their appearance. Sadly in most cases there were the 'Good Looks' but no scent. Then in more recent times breeders have managed to put the...
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  10. Marley Farley
    Like x 7

    The Fairy..!

    I'm not a lover of pink roses but your rose looks like a stunner Marley. :)
    I'm not a lover of pink roses but your rose looks like a stunner Marley. :)
    I'm not a lover of pink roses but your rose looks like a stunner Marley. :)
    I'm not a lover of pink roses but your rose looks like a stunner Marley. :)
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  11. Mike Allen
    Like x 3

    Found this by accident.

    Yes, the very man. He wrote several books on roses. When he passed away the RHS reported it in the Garden journal. I submitted a piece that was also printed.
    Yes, the very man. He wrote several books on roses. When he passed away the RHS reported it in the Garden journal. I submitted a piece that was also printed.
    Yes, the very man. He wrote several books on roses. When he passed away the RHS reported it in the Garden journal. I submitted a piece that was also printed.
    Yes, the very man. He wrote several books on roses. When he passed away the RHS reported it in the Garden journal. I submitted a piece that was also printed.
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  12. luciusmaximus

    B & M Roses

    :ThankYou: Mr Woo. It's planted.
    :ThankYou: Mr Woo. It's planted.
    :ThankYou: Mr Woo. It's planted.
    :ThankYou: Mr Woo. It's planted.
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  13. lowrider69

    Rose Stromboli Advice please

    Thank you Sheal. Yes frozen soil/compost and pot/container plants do require attention in winter seasons. Frost, freezing temperatures etc call for extra care. If I may.In the plant kingdom,...
    Thank you Sheal. Yes frozen soil/compost and pot/container plants do require attention in winter seasons. Frost, freezing temperatures etc call for extra care. If I may.In the plant kingdom, we have come to accept that certain plants perhaps only flourish well in certain geographic regions....
    Thank you Sheal. Yes frozen soil/compost and pot/container plants do require attention in winter seasons. Frost, freezing temperatures etc call for extra care. If I may.In the plant kingdom, we have come to accept that certain plants perhaps...
    Thank you Sheal. Yes frozen soil/compost and pot/container plants do require attention in winter seasons. Frost, freezing temperatures etc call for extra care. If I may.In the plant kingdom,...
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  14. wiseowl
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  15. Freddy

    Uncovered Rose

    Good afternoon @Freddy my friend many thanks for your update
    Good afternoon @Freddy my friend many thanks for your update
    Good afternoon @Freddy my friend many thanks for your update
    Good afternoon @Freddy my friend many thanks for your update
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  16. Jupes

    Training against a fence help

    Thank you both.
    Thank you both.
    Thank you both.
    Thank you both.
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  17. Loubielouy

    Black spot

    Good morning @Loubielouy my friend is there any chance of a photo it would help us a lot
    Good morning @Loubielouy my friend is there any chance of a photo it would help us a lot
    Good morning @Loubielouy my friend is there any chance of a photo it would help us a lot
    Good morning @Loubielouy my friend is there any chance of a photo it would help us a lot
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  18. tangham

    Feeding help.

    I use a weekly feed of liquidTomato Fertiliser:coffee::snorky:
    I use a weekly feed of liquidTomato Fertiliser:coffee::snorky:
    I use a weekly feed of liquidTomato Fertiliser:coffee::snorky:
    I use a weekly feed of liquidTomato Fertiliser:coffee::snorky:
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  19. tim091

    Moved roses to new house - prune this winter?

    Thanks both for your replies. I am inclined to leave them be to "get over their ordeal", but as they are showing such strong signs of growth I will probably play it by ear and see how they are...
    Thanks both for your replies. I am inclined to leave them be to "get over their ordeal", but as they are showing such strong signs of growth I will probably play it by ear and see how they are looking in Feb.The soil here is terrible - flint and clay - so I planted them in deep trenches filled...
    Thanks both for your replies. I am inclined to leave them be to "get over their ordeal", but as they are showing such strong signs of growth I will probably play it by ear and see how they are looking in Feb.The soil here is terrible - flint...
    Thanks both for your replies. I am inclined to leave them be to "get over their ordeal", but as they are showing such strong signs of growth I will probably play it by ear and see how they are...
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  20. lowrider69

    Rose bush leaf probalems

    well said mike :)anyways which sprays do people thinks is the best all in one as in fungus and insect spray as I been buying to different sprays until now
    well said mike :)anyways which sprays do people thinks is the best all in one as in fungus and insect spray as I been buying to different sprays until now
    well said mike :)anyways which sprays do people thinks is the best all in one as in fungus and insect spray as I been buying to different sprays until now
    well said mike :)anyways which sprays do people thinks is the best all in one as in fungus and insect spray as I been buying to different sprays until now
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