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Moulin Rouge ® rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of guapuru 17
Grasten, Denmark
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Rose photo courtesy of HubertG
18th October, 2018. Spring, Sydney, Australia. We've had a terribly cool, overcast and rainy last few weeks and none of my Dr. Grill flowers are showing any hint of pink.
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Peace rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Nana2022
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Rose photo courtesy of HubertG
18th October, 2018. Spring, Sydney, Australia. We've had a terribly cool, overcast and rainy last few weeks and none of my Dr. Grill flowers are showing any hint of pink.
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Cuttings glossary photo
Glossary photo courtesy of Andrew from Dolton
In the U.K. the beginning of October is a good time to try and strike some rose cuttings. I make up a compost of sharp grit and sand with a little compost too. I bury two thirds of the cuttings around the edge of the pot in this medium. 6 litre David Austin pots are very good for this purpose. Then place in a sheltered sunny place for the winter. By mid-April the cuttings should start to produce shoots and leaves. I gently tip them out and any that have started to root or formed a reasonable callous I pot up individually in homemade compost. Some will be ready to plant out by July, others can wait until the following spring. I find this way prevents a lot of root damage the cuttings would get if they were struck in the ground. It works well for Hydrangeas too. My garden, 18/10/18.
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Maman Cochet rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of HubertG
18th October, 2018. Sydney, Australia.
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Cuttings glossary photo
Glossary photo courtesy of Andrew from Dolton
In the U.K. the beginning of October is a good time to try and strike some rose cuttings. I make up a compost of sharp grit and sand with a little compost too. I bury two thirds of the cuttings around the edge of the pot in this medium. 6 litre David Austin pots are very good for this purpose. Then place in a sheltered sunny place for the winter. By mid-April the cuttings should start to produce shoots and leaves. I gently tip them out and any that have started to root or formed a reasonable callous I pot up individually in homemade compost. Some will be ready to plant out by July, others can wait until the following spring. I find this way prevents a lot of root damage the cuttings would get if they were struck in the ground. It works well for Hydrangeas too. My garden, 18/10/18.
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Léda rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Patricia Routley
'Leda'. 005. Own roots at Northcliffe, WA Oct 18, 2018. Provenance SV in 2011. 2nd plant Ult Gdn-66. Bush.
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