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It's not a new Bed

Posted by organic_kitten 7 (My Page) on
Wed, Apr 11, 12 at 23:44

Well sort of. Last fall I di some extensive clearing of an area, and claimed it for a couple of small roses plus his silly red Knock Out.

This week, I cleared most of my pot ghetto. I planted Golden Celebration in that "not new" area, and yesterday I moved three of the sun starved daylilies there. They aren't sure what hit them yet, but I expect them to settle in.

It is quite possible that one more rose will be putting down roots in that general area.

The not New Bed in the works

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Paul Neyron is in the area, and here is his first bloom:
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Golden Celebration's first baby bloom:

Golded Celrbration

kay


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RE: It's not a new Bed

Golden Celebration is a very pretty rose. Your reworked bed is coming along and will soon be as lovely as the rest of your garden. I guess there is always something that needs moving!


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RE: It's not a new Bed

Hummm, looks to me like you will have room for several more plants in you "not a new bed" :) Lovely roses, I really like Golden Celebration. This is a year I'm really liking yellow roses for some reason. I pass a house in town that has a stunning yellow rose bush, it is starting to bloom. I spot nice roses everywhere, but that one really catches my eye. Maybe because you just don't seem to see many nice yellow roses.


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RE: It's not a new Bed

Golden Celebration sure is pretty. Good luck with the new but not new bed LOL.

Julia


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