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Little bit of pink

Posted by kathy9norcal CA 9 (My Page) on
Fri, Apr 23, 10 at 12:30

Two delicate pinks in my mostly gaudy garden, here is the mini Pink Poodle, which has struggled in my too hot climate. It is too cute to give up on.

And the vigorous growing (in much shade) Morden Blush. One I pruned way back, one I forgot to prune. They are both about the same size and loaded with buds.


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RE: Little bit of pink

Oh, that's a lovely couple of shots of Morden Blush - especially the last one!!! I don't have Morden Blush anymore since I've moved, but that makes me want to get it again. Although, it REALLY seems to do well in your zone. I don't remember blooms looking that stuffed on my plant. Really, really lovely!!

Carol


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Your pinks are beautiful. I love the last picture of Morden Blush.

Masha


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Funny, Carol, but I think the rose Morden Blush was made for the colder climates. I also love the way it sheds all its leaves in fall. So easy to prune!
Thanks, Masha.
Kathy


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  • Posted by beth NorCA 9 (My Page) on
    Fri, Apr 23, 10 at 23:41

Beautiful pics Kathy! PINK POODLE is really nice.


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I remember your Pink Poodle. Sorry to hear it hasn't been a happy camper. I've loved Morden Blush since first seeing it here. Those pics are giving me a bad case of lust.


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Kathy --those pictures of Morden Blush are GORGEOUS and good to Zone 2b---what a terrific rose for those in the colder zones--

Florence


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