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HAVE: good roses need a home

Posted by sawreck 7 (My Page) on
Sun, Sep 17, 06 at 12:41

I have a couple of good roses that need a home.

1) Sweet Bouquet -- shrub/landscape rose. own root. clusters of pale pink flowers. In bloom continuously. Healthy without spraying. about 2 ft. tall and about 3 ft. side. I have a small rowhouse garden and it's too big for my site.

2) Little White Pet -- own root

3) Sombreuil (?) volunter that looks like it must be Sombreuil. Sombreuil has been magnificent for me in the District. Perfectly healthy. Major flushes of bloom in spring and fall, sporadic blooms continuously through the summer. It's a very thorny and very large climber.

Sandy


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RE: HAVE: good roses need a home

I'd be interested.


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RE: HAVE: good roses need a home

Am in Temple hills Near Andrews, If you are not too far into DC would love to have the roses. MAry


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