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  1. wiseowl

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    Melinda,s Roses

    Iceberg Climber
    Parentage Robin Hood x Virgo
    Kordes 1958
    Syn: Climbing Fee des Neiges;
    Cant UK 1968
    Very disease resistant,Healthy,Robust,
    National Rose Society Gold medal 1958/Baden BadenGold Medal 1958
    Worlds Favourite Rose 1983
    RHS Award of Garden merit 1993

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    Blueroses Roses

    Rhapsody In Blue
    Frantasia 1999

    Semi/Climber, Semi -Double12-16 Petals/2.5ins
    Large Clusters,Intense Fragrance
    Parentage "Summer Wine x Seedling
    Cowlishaw,Frank 2000
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    Possibly "Graham Thomas"
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    Wiseoldowls Roses

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    Guinee Climbing Rose

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    Compassion
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    Victoria,s Roses

    Sunseeker
    Syn/Duchess of York
    Sarah Duchess of York
    Modern Cluster-Flowered/Floribunda
    Orange-Red,Repeat Flowering
    25-40 petals
    Parentage/Little Prince x Gentle Touch
    Dickson UK/1994
    Awards
    RNRS Trial Certificate 1991
    Belfast Gold Medal/1994
    Glasgow Silver Medal/1994

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    Rhyleysgranny,s Roses

    Gertrude Jekyll
    Syn/Ausbord
    Modern Shrub/Medium PinkRepeat Flowering
    Austin/1986
    Parentage/Wife of Bath x Comte of Chambord
    Awards/R.H.S Award of Garden Merit

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    This thread seems to have been reopened (due to forum migration). Luckily!
    These are all the roses I had in 2010 (including miniature ones).

    http://www.facebook.com/album.php?a...p?aid=23516&id=100000084555863&closeTheater=1

    They have no names and I apologise for this. :)

    However, my place is quite large, and the roses were not enough to fill it with blossom over the season. So, this year I will have about 78 new varieties. Half of these will come from cuttings. I also bought some English roses, and have already planted them.

    Can't wait to see them bloom! The Oranges and Lemons was out of stock with the local sellers, so they substituted it with Camille Pissarro.
     
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    Hi Angelina I removed the sticky as it might help us all in our future Rose purchases :)
     
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    Seagull which I stuck in the ground as a pencil sized cutting at the base of a hawthorn in 1999.
    (Old Rambler.. Pritchard 1907)

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    Golden Celebration and Molineux. (David Austin)

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    Graham Thomas and Evelyn. (David Austin)
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    Hi Kevinm just beautiful Roses,thanks for posting them:)

    Seagull/Parentage/Rosa Multiflora x General Jacqueminot.

    Golden Celebration/Parentage/Charles Austin x Abraham Darby.

    Molineux/Parentage/Graham Thomas x Golden Showers.

    Graham Thomas/Parentage/Charles Austin x Iceberg (seedling)

    Evelyn/Parentage/Graham Thomas x Tamora.

    Gertrude Jekyll xParentage/Wife Of Bath x Comte De Chambord.
     
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    Hi Woo

    Gertrude Jekyll is probably my favourite - not least because of its superb fragrance, which is second to none in the rose world. It has a reputation for being a leggy and poor repeater, but this can be solved by pruning canes by half again after the first flush. I discovered this in an article by Niels Plougmann who says that the same repeat pruning - rather than just dead-heading - also applies to one of its parents Comte de Chambord.
     
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    All of them are just stunning......and the smell!!
     
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