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Posted by jean_ar z8 Ar (My Page) on
Wed, May 22, 13 at 0:15

Kay this is a huge rose bush I use to have a couple years ago, called Lavender Lassie.It was a beauty so big.way over on the right side is another rose, a tree rose, and not part of this one.

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and this is whats left of it, all of that huge bush grew from this cane.I do have a small bush I rooted off it before it died.


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That is such a shame! Do you have holes in your yard? If so it is surely voles.

kay


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Oh Jean. That is really too bad. Such a large lovely shrub!


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KAY, I use to have a few holes in the yard, but, haven't seen any for several years.This bush died several years ago.I have a little one planted down back and its not growing. but, is still alive.This next fall I may try my best to dig it up and move it closer to the front Yard.AND It even had at least about 15 blooms on it a few weeks ago.It only has 2 canes on it, so it needs to be moved closer to the house and be pruned to make it bush out.


Yes Rita, it use to be my very favorite rose. a friend had took me to Shreveport to the Rose Gardens there.They have acrea of roses there,and they had this rose in a sale they were having,and I bought it for $5. then. brought it home and planted it,and it grew into a monster in one year,.NO, on second thought I bought 3 roses that day there for the $5.00 another one was Maggie,I bought, but don't remember what the 3rd one was.3 for 5 bucks.

jean


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