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Discussion id : 22-147
most recent 20 OCT 07 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 20 OCT 07 by carm
Hi,recently a friend of mine lost her mother and I wanted to buy her a rose with the name SHIRLEY. I am unable to find it in Australia & am trying to find someone who will send me one. I will pay all costs.
Thankyou Carmel
Discussion id : 18-130
most recent 20 APR 07 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 20 APR 07 by SeattleSuze
I've just purchased Angel's Camp Pink Tea and see that you have it listed. If you have a photograph, would you mind posting it to HMF so that I can take a look at it? Thanks so much. I enjoyed visiting your garden online. It's very beautiful!

Reply #1 of 1 posted 20 APR 07 by Debby
Sue, Thanks so much! I am glad you enjoyed the visit. It is time to update those pictures.I just received my plant this winter so it is still quite small. I have heard much praise about it so am eager to see how it does. I will be sure to post a picture when it does bloom. Debby
Discussion id : 15-375
most recent 6 DEC 06 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 6 DEC 06 by Anonymous-101312


I am looking for a very colorful climbing rose that will reach my 2nd story windows and can be trained across a large blank wall.  I had thought a deep red rose initially--am wondering what you think of Bardou Job (I also considered Ena Harkness and Etoile de Hollande).  I want the most rapid rebloom possible and prefer to have clean petal drop.  A winter hip diplay would be a plus.  Please also comment on Berries and Cream if you have time.

We have very hot summers in No. Cal. and this is a south facing wall. Thanks so much for your input.


Discussion id : 11-808
most recent 9 APR 06 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 7 APR 06 by Unregistered Guest


I see  you have an established plant of Reve d'Or.  I have what I think is Reve d'Or, but the peachy color is not as pronounced and it carries a supply of thorns.  I had heard this variety was nearly thornless.  While my canes are not covered with thorns, the ones it has are judiciously placed and quite sharp.  Is your plant armed in this way?



Reply #1 of 1 posted 9 APR 06 by Debby

I did not see your message here when I replied on Rosarian's Corner!  The color is very variable with the season and I did doubt the authenticity of mine the first year.  I think I have more pictures of it on RC then here on HMF.  My plant came from Chamblee's.

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