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Old November 24th, 2010, 09:30 PM
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I just looked up Osiria and yikes!, it's highly susceptible to powdery mildew. But then so is Papa Meilland and I have a couple of those. If it gets it, my Papa Meillands just get a spray with a milk and water mix. That changes the pH on the leaves and that fixes it.

Milk and water eh? Never heard of that. What is the ratio to use? I get powdery mildew on a couple of my climbers so maybe I'll give them a shot if it appears.

Sweet Antique is lovely. A bit like Bonica in colour and form, do you think, with bigger flowers? This is Bonica below of course.
Sweet Antique has a full, large petal count and is a repeat bloomer. 3' to 4' in height with an upright form. It does look quite alot like your Bonica and can't wait to see it perform next summer.
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