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Patricia Jones's forum posts

Total number of forum posts: 201


Re: Re: Osiria rose purchase

from Patricia Jones

I don't live in Australia so I have no idea, perhaps you could do what I did and search the internet using Google (There are several vendors in Australia.I just Googled Osiria Rose for sale in Australia)

  • Posted: Mon. 12th November 2012 11:50

Re: Re: Tree ID

from Patricia Jones

You haven't said how long the leaves are, if they are around 5 inches
( The Elm has a smaller leaf) it looks as if it is Zelkova. Nice photo . where is this tree growing? ( Don't say in the garden ;-)

  • Posted: Wed. 12th September 2012 14:39

Re: Re: Rose identification

from Patricia Jones

Pink Iceberg is only 3ft 6in high and has a slight fragrance,so I'd be surprised if it was that.
More likely to be Climbing New Dawn. Grows to 10 feet is highly scented and repeat flowering. UK Introduction 1930.

  • Posted: Sat. 25th August 2012 11:52

Re: Re: Re: Care Calendar

from Patricia Jones

Get yourself a desktop calendar on your computer. it will have a reminder facility this is the one I use and they have a 42 day evaluation.
http://download.cnet.com/Active-Desktop-Calendar/3000-2074_4-10020305.html

  • Posted: Tue. 21st August 2012 12:59

Re: Pruning

from Patricia Jones

It doesn't need to pruned as it is so small but you could tidy up any old leaves, they usually come away from the plant if you pull them gently.

  • Posted: Tue. 21st August 2012 12:54

Re: double and single flowers how do you know?

from Patricia Jones

If the plant has Flora Plena after its name this indicates it is double flower and you are correct no good for bees or butterflies.
Any rose that produces hips, Rosa Rugosa and many ground cover roses have hips in winter.The RSPB suggests,
dog rose, guelder rose, elder, hawthorn, honeysuckle and ivy), attractive shrubs like cotoneaster, pyracantha and berberis are especially good for a wide range of birds.

  • Posted: Tue. 21st August 2012 12:50

Re: Please help me find out what type of plant Ihave

from Patricia Jones

Keep this one on the dry side its a Crassula.
see this link for more details
http://www.cactuscollection.com/articles/jade.html

  • Posted: Tue. 21st August 2012 12:42

Re: Re: Re: Please help me find out what type of plant Ihave

from Patricia Jones

Indoors, when the pot is nearly dry, say every week to ten days,Soil needs to be on the damp side but in winter water less frequently.

  • Posted: Tue. 21st August 2012 12:38

Re: Please help me find out what type of plant Ihave

from Patricia Jones

Looks like Rudbeckia, if you search the shoot plant database you might identify which one you have.

  • Posted: Tue. 21st August 2012 12:26

Re: Please help me find out what type of plant Ihave

from Patricia Jones

Coleus, a house plant that can be used as summer bedding. It roots in water (use a marmite jar) Keep indoors in the winter .

  • Posted: Tue. 21st August 2012 12:21



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