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Discussion id : 150-930
most recent 7 days ago HIDE POSTS
Initial post 7 days ago by Smtysm
An additional reference for Alister Clark's Milkmaid: a three-page article in the Heritage Roses In Australia Journal.
Magazine (2013) Pages 31-33. Vol 35, No. 3. Includes photos.
Descriptions of the specimens at the Alister Clark garden in Bulla, and at the Victoria State Rose Garden
Reply #1 of 1 posted 7 days ago by Patricia Routley
Thank you Smtysm. A reference to the article added.
Discussion id : 149-866
most recent 31 AUG HIDE POSTS
Initial post 31 AUG by MErika
Hardiness zone 9 .
'Château de Cheverny' DEljaupar rosier is one champion . Leaf as wel as flower is exquisite , hardily any diseases , heavenly peachy smell sparkled with fresh citrus . Its lemony yellow flowers with lighter edge grow 'ball-dly' ;o) through the season from June into late fall as long as temperatures are not under 16°C .
Next to a gravel path now , the rosier will be relocated elsewhere in the garden . As too much of a pebble spilled beneath the path , we will be putting used bricks along the sides after which short rosiers s.a. 'Happy chappy' and 'Coco' will come in line .
Garden is south orientated , with mainly south and south-west winds , many fruit trees and the more .
'Château de Giverny' is an excellent alternative to e.g. AUSowlish .
Discussion id : 146-481
most recent 7 JUL HIDE POSTS
Initial post 7 JUL by Columbia
Need help to add a photo of Red Columbia
Discussion id : 146-167
most recent 20 JUN HIDE POSTS
Initial post 20 JUN by Maplerose
Rose “Shanay” was and may say still be available from Wisconsin Roses.
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