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7 more of my best--Part Seven

Posted by ron_and_susan z8 GA (My Page) on
Tue, May 24, 11 at 17:31

The first pic is Lee Ann Rhimes
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The second pic is Andrea Stelzer
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The third pic is Pearl
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The fourth pic is Lady of the Dawn
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The fifth pic is Suffolk
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The sixth pic is Playfair
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The last pic is Nantucket--Enjoy--Ron
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RE: 7 more of my best--Part Seven

  • Posted by jim1961 5/6 Central pa (My Page) on
    Tue, May 24, 11 at 21:10

Hey Ron your roses look great! I can't wait until ours bloom.


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RE: 7 more of my best--Part Seven

What delicate pinks and beautiful "seashells" of roses, Ron. Wow!


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Beautiful and some never seen blooms. Love the Pearl.

Real eye candy.


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Ron, what beauty to have to look at! I imagine the smell is heavenly! Are they by any special grower like David Austin ? Do you order you roses or buy locally? I'm in love with the Nantucket variety..such perfection in the bloom. Does it stay that tight when it is in full bloom?


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Pippi--Most of our roses are on fortunianna root stock>(Which is a Fla. rook stock).We buy these plants from a grower in Miss. The nantucket is one we have been growing since 1985 and when we first planted it in April of 1985 it did not bloom until august. It does stay tight in full bloom.--Ron


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Suffolk, Pearl and Lee Ann Rimes took my breath away. LAR is quite shocking in its colors. Really like that.

Your pics are great. Suffolk looks incredible. Wish I had it. :)

Carol


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