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Il broletto di Monica
Discussion id : 84-399
most recent 19 APR 15 HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 19 APR 15 by Camilla Z
Ciao Monica,
sono una giardinera 'appassionata' di Vicenza.
Ho sapiito che hai una bella collezione di rose e mi piacerebbe scambiare esperienze sull'argomento con te. Non ho trovato altro modo che contattarti su Helpmefinder..
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Un saluto sperando di risentirti presto
Camilla
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Discussion id : 77-816
most recent 25 APR 14 HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 25 APR 14 by november
BEAUTIFUL garden. I wish I could walk through on a spring day. Just wonderful planting arrangements! Everything looks so healthy.
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Discussion id : 61-730
most recent 7 AUG 12 SHOW ALL
 
Initial post 4 FEB 12 by lingdang
I have seen the most beautiful rose garden.Selected varieties are very beautiful.I really like it.In particular, Belle Isis and Teasing Georgia is very charming, and saw your picture, I also bought.Hope can see more beautiful pictures in the spring of this year
you said:Chemicals are not used in your garden,So how to prevent black spot and spider mites(Very small spider mites on the leaves have small white dots),and there thrips?
Too many questions, thank you
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Reply #1 of 3 posted 16 MAY 12 by Il broletto di Monica
Hi Lingdang, thanks for your kind message and sorry for my delay in answering you.
I use no chemicals in my garden and I actually do not prevent black spot and spider mites, I tolerate them ;)
When I choose an addition to the garden, I now consider carefully its health and resistance to this kind of problems.
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Reply #2 of 3 posted 7 AUG 12 by lingdang
Very pleased to hear from you.thank you.Will continue to focus on your garden :)
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Reply #3 of 3 posted 7 AUG 12 by lingdang
Your roses have so many flower buds must be related to the winter fertilization。Want to know that you give them to eat anything good?fertilizer effect is very good
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Discussion id : 20-532
most recent 6 AUG 07 SHOW ALL
 
Initial post 27 JUL 07 by Jana
Very nice garden. Can I ask you what is your most favorite english rose? Thanks, Jana
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Reply #1 of 3 posted 27 JUL 07 by Il broletto di Monica
Thank you, Jana :-)
I think my favourite is The Ingenious Mr Fairchild - I find the blooms lovely both in shape and in colour, the scent is very good, the foliage is healthy and I like the soft, arching shape of the shrub. It reblooms very well and the quantity of blooms is really large.
The only 'problem' I can find in this rose is that the cut flowers don't last more than a day in water...
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Reply #2 of 3 posted 27 JUL 07 by Jana
Is there any English which can be recommended as a cut flower?
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Reply #3 of 3 posted 6 AUG 07 by Il broletto di Monica
I find LD Braithwaite and Queen of Sweden the best as cut flowers. Sweet Juliet, William Shakespeare 2000 and Golden Celebration are also OK.
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