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SPECIALISING IN THE GROWING OF ROSES IN Catalogue 2009.pdf · PDF file 1 Trewallyn Nursery SPECIALISING IN THE GROWING OF ROSES IN QLD ROSE CATALOGUE 2009 PO BOX 377 BUNDABERG QLD

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    Trewallyn Nursery

    SPECIALISING IN THE GROWING OF ROSES IN QLD

    ROSE CATALOGUE 2009

    PO BOX 377 BUNDABERG QLD 4670

    PHONE / FAX (07) 4159 7313

    Office Hours: Mon to Fri 8.30 - 4.00pm Closed Weekends and Public Holidays

    NURSERY OPEN FOR INSPECTION

    JUNE - SEPTEMBER 7 DAYS A WEEK SUNDAY BY APPOINTMENT ONLY

    TRADING HOURS

    Clients are requested to note the following hours of trading:- Nursery: Monday to Saturday - 8 a.m. to 4.00 p.m. Sunday - 9a.m. - 3 p.m. - June to September Sunday - Oct. to May - by appointment only. Office: Strictly - 8.30 a.m. - 4 p.m. - Monday to Friday. After Hours: by appointment only. Please Note: No bare rooted plants are dug on week-ends. Potted roses and fruit trees are available for sale at above hours. Bare rooted plants can be inspected and delivered or despatched by rail or post.

    Please note that this catalogue cancels all previous issues

    INDEX

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    TERMS OF BUSINESS ……………….. ROSE CUTURAL NOTES…………….... KEY TO ABBREVIATIONS………….…. NEW RELEASE ROSES…………….… BUSH & HYBRID TEA ROSES……….. QUEENSLAND TOP 30 ……………….. GRANDIFLORA ROSES…………….…. FLORIBUNDA ROSES……………….… POLYANTHA ROSES………………….. MINIATURE ROSES……………………. OLD FASHIONED ROSES…………….. CLIMBING ROSES…………………..…. STANDARD ROSES……………………. ROSE PLANTING AND CARE……….... SOIL TEST KITS………………………....

    Hello to All,

    Welcome to our 2009 Rose Planting Season. Unfortunately, due to the uncertain economic climate we have reduced our production this year by deleting many of the older and not so popular varieties. I have tried to keep as many of the older stronger growing varieties as possible with an emphasis on culling the poorer less productive varieties. If there was a variety that you liked and can no longer find it on the website let me know as we may still have the budwood here and we could graft some for you for next year.. Also, we have introduced some new exciting colours for 2009 and they can be found on pages 2 & 3 of this catalogue :- Such as Good Samaritan, Ebb Tide, Love In, My Hero. Unfortunately, the $1.50 levy on credit card transactions still applies to cover bank fees. Another alternative for those who have Internet banking would be to direct deposit straight into my bank account. Just phone my office on (07) 41597313 and I will give you my account details. I wish you all every success in the year ahead.

    Happy Gardening Allan Trebbin Manager - Trewallyn Nursery

    TERMS OF BUSINESS

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    All plants grown by us are carefully nurtured, lifted, inspected and packed to ensure that they travel safely and reach customers in perfect condition for successful planting. We study all requirements with care and despatch high quality plants to fulfil them.

    LIMITED WARRANTY

    You are the reason for the success of our business and we want to do our best to retain your patronage for life. However, as Australia is a vast country with many different climates, soil and water types, we offer no warranty expressed or implied, as to growth, productivity, description or quality and will not be responsible for the crop, as these factors are governed by forces beyond our control. If the plants are found to have been wrongly labelled, we correct the mistake with new plants, when reasonable evidence has been forwarded to our office. If you feel or suspect there could be a problem with our plants, you should notify our office within 4 weeks of receiving our plants, so we can help you solve any problems that could be hampering the establishment of your new plants. Any claims forwarded after the four week period has elapsed may not be recognised. All sales are made subject to these terms and if the purchaser does not accept the goods sold on these terms, they are at once to be returned and your money will be refunded. Terms of Business: Strictly cash with order, unless otherwise arranged. Prices: We reserve the right to alter priced without notice. Substitutes: Please add to the order a few names that could be used as substitutes; or please state if substitutes are not required. Ordering Instructions: To save possible errors and misunderstanding, it is advisable to use the special order form. Despatch of orders: Clients are requested to give full and careful directions with their orders as to the method they wish goods to be forwarded, i.e. either by train, parcel post or road. When no instructions are received, we send according to our judgement. Freight is extra on all goods and where possible, freight is charged to receivers end. Those who wish to call and collect their plants are asked to give two days notice of their intention to do so; we would then have the plants ready, provided that the order is being executed in its fair turn. PLEASE NOTE: Owing to increased cost, we regret that we will not be in a position to acknowledge receipt of orders unless a self addressed envelope is enclosed. Your order will be packed and despatched as soon as practicable after the receipt of your order. We can advise how and when your order has been dispatched, if requested.

    ROSE CULTURAL NOTES

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    Perhaps the greatest secret in rose growing is the early preparation of the garden bed. There is more to planting a rose than digging a hole, spreading out the roots and then replacing the soil. Before you even lift a spade, you should have carefully considered the soil. The most expensive roses you can buy will grow only as well as the soil allows. Very few soils are naturally ideal but almost all can be transformed into a satisfactory home for roses. Roses prefer a slightly acid soil, with a soil ph of, or between, 6 and 7 with 6.5 preferred. Acid soils below 6 need lime or dolomite. Alkaline soils above 7 ph need sulphur. For best results, it is good idea to have soil tested and prepared at least 6 weeks before planting. (If more information is needed referring soil testing, please contact us by phone, post or e-mail.) Rose gardens must be kept well away from trees and shrubs, planting should be carried out from May to September. When planting your roses, don’t make the mistake of digging a hole which is too deep and narrow. The planting hole must be large enough to allow the roots to be spread out, without cramping. Soil at the bottom of the hole is drawn into a small mound, place plant in hole spreading roots evenly over mound, work soil around the roots and then firming soil with feet, add more soil and make sure that the bud union is approx. 2 cm. above ground level. Stamp soil down firmly. To the impression made by stamping, add 10 litres of water and leave until water soaks away, fill in hole with loose soil. Check before further watering (scratch loose soil from surface to where stamping impression was made, check for moisture, if sufficient moisture is present then there is no need of watering). Repeat this procedure every couple of days as the soil may not need any further watering until plants have shot and are in growth, when the plants will need frequent watering. PLEASE make sure that you never put artificial fertilizers in the soil surrounding the newly planted rose bush. Such applications may burn the tender roots. Our comprehensive planting guide is sent out with each order. We often receive queries regarding the blooms that appear on newly established roses. Our advice is to let these blooms mature and then cut the flower with a short stem, cut back to the first strong eye which points outward. Pruning is another problem, which seems to worry many of our growers. The purpose of pruning is to get rid of any old and spindly wood every year and encourage the regular development of the strong and healthy stems. Note that pruning will not give you more flowers next year (this is the job of feeding); but it will give you a well shaped bush or tree which will continue to flower freely for many years to come. We recommend that the grower first cut out completely any dead wood and all parts of stems which are obviously diseased or damaged. Cut out completely any very thin stems and remove any branch which rubs against another, aim to produce an open- centred bush. Stems are cut back to about half of their length. Weaker than average stems should be reduced by more than this amount. Heavy pruning should be carried out only in winter (late July or early August); when the plant is dormant. Spraying is an essential chore for the successful rose grower. To cover this aspect, we have included a spray programme and several environmental spray recipes at the back of this catalogue.

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    KEY TO ABBREVIATIONS

    Fol. - Foliage ARS - American Rose Society Vig. - Vigorous AARS - All American Rose Selections Rev. - Reverse NRS - National Rose Society of Great Britain P. - Petalage AS - Average size of bloom PVR - Plant Variety Rights

    GST INCLUSIVE Rose price code

    Code A B C D E PRICE

    Ex - ground $15.90 $18.90 $17.90 $11.00 $35.00

    PRICE potted $17.00 $20.00 $19.00 $12.00 $38.00

    FREIGHT & PACKING EXTRA

    Freight, Handling & Packing Charges From Bundaberg

    Australia Post ( Bare Root Only ) PLANTS S.E. QLD 4000-4699

    Cen. QLD 4700-4805

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