"BRINDABELLA BOUQUETTM" a breakthrough in roses for AUSTRALIAN GARDENS everywhere

IMAGES TAKEN AT NEW FARM PARK, BRISBANE

11th MARCH 2008 after a long, hot and humid summer with frequent rain showers showing the standout performance of "BRINDABELLA BOUQUET" in defeating Blackspot.

 

"BRINDABELLA BOUQUET" ROSES SHOWING NO BLACKSPOT WHATSOEVER

THE FIRST EVERGREEN ROSE WE HAVE SEEN - LOOK AT ALL THE LEAVES &

PERFUMED FLOWERS

 

 

TAKEN FROM THE OTHER DIRECTION LOOKING ACROSS A BED OF "PEACE"

ROSES WHICH HAS NEARLY ALL LEAVES DROPPED OFF FROM BLACKSPOT!!


CLOSE UP SHOWING NO SPOTS AND LOVELY FLOWERS

REMEMBER THIS IS 11TH MARCH AFTER A VERY WET,HUMID SUMMER

A BOUQUET OF "BRINDABELLA BOUQUET" - 2 STEMS WERE

CUT TO MAKE THIS ARRANGEMENT


"BRINDABELLA BOUQUET" FORMS INTO A LOVELY ROUNDED SHRUB WITH

LEAVES TO THE GROUND AND FLOWERS ALL OVER IN FLUSHES EVERY 7 WEEKS

 


EVEN GROWN UNDER A "SEDUCTION" STANDARD WHICH IS COVERRED IN BLACKSPOT,

"BRINDABELLA BOUQUET" REMAINS COMPLETELY FREE OF THE DISEASE! View looking down through the top of the "Seduction" standard to the "Brindabella Bouquet" bush below it.


Our gardens feature in excess

of 2500 roses with over 80%

of them pleasingly perfumed -

you will be able to see, touch

and smell them all for

yourself and choose the right

one to take home to your

garden - isn't that much better

than trying to decide off

labels?


 

 

Copyright Brindabella Country Gardens 2008

NEW IMAGES TAKEN 19/3/09 IN A BRISBANE GARDEN



AFTER THE FLOOD OF JANUARY 2011

We wanted to show you how the bed of Brindabella Bouquet fared after the severe

Brisbane floods. The images following say it all!! They were taken in late March 2011.

 

 

 

As you can see, "Brindabella Bouquet" has fared very well, retaining all it's foliage and looking

far better than any of the surrounding roses. The water did not cover the rose beds, however

conditions were such that severe disease outbreaks occurred and have all but killed all the

surrounding roses - but "Brindabella Bouquet" remains unaffected - which rose would you rather

have in your garden?