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Brindabella

Postby Sunflower » Mon Jul 23, 2012 8:18 am

Hi does anyone have experience with these Brindabella roses - Apricot Gem, Goldie and Peachy? I'm making big decision as to which to buy.
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Re: Brindabella

Postby AdamBorzy » Fri Jul 27, 2012 5:19 pm

Hi Sunflower,

I don’t have experience in growing Brindabella roses (Apricot Gem, Goldie and Peachy) but can only suggest three things.
1. Whether an empty lot or a pot, make sure to have some space for your roses to grow. (sn)
2. Get them sunshine at least 6 hours per day. (#)
3. Water them regularly. (st)

As you do this, I'm pretty sure whatever roses you have, they're off for a healthy start.
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Re: Brindabella

Postby neptune » Sun Sep 30, 2012 12:29 am

apricot gem is not a flash rose. Perfume quality is not high and plenty of blooms but not of show quality ones
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Re: Brindabella

Postby muddy » Thu Nov 28, 2013 9:58 am

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I have six roses from here two topiary which have done very well in north qld first thing i notice they are not like any other rose.
Firstly the leaves stay on the plant unlike most other roses grown up here that seem to defoliate but flower.
Second i use Black Marvel fertilizer which is amazing for growth and flowers. :D
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Re: Brindabella

Postby Sam » Tue Dec 03, 2013 1:10 pm

I have Goldie and it is just beautiful. Love the Brindabella roses.
“Tomatoes and oregano make it Italian, wine and tarragon
make it French, sour cream makes it Russian, lemon and
cinnamon make it Greek, soya sauce makes it Chinese, Garlic
makes it good.” Alice May Brock, Alice’s Restaurant Cookbook.
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