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jeannette_wi(z4WI)November 8, 2013

Do the stems really hold the flowers upright, without staking? Even after a storm?

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luis_pr(7b/8a Hurst, TX)

The stems should be thicker looking and stronger than Annabelle's, provided the plant you get is not mislabeled. But if you get a strong enough storm with high winds, even roses can suffer.

    Bookmark   November 8, 2013 at 7:40PM
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pearlgirl

As Luis says...the stems are thicker and even if they lean
a bit...they'll still be erect...make sense? I can't get enough
of either. They'll produce a few side babies in time which is
definite bonus. So does Annabelle.

Margaret

    Bookmark   November 10, 2013 at 11:19AM
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