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For native plantings: Rosa setigera

Posted by anntn6b z6b TN (My Page) on
Wed, May 28, 08 at 15:19

The patch of setigera that I've been watching in east Knoxville has so far survived the bushhogs and is growing well. It's in a ditch in a public right of way and I intend to go out and dig several plants up in about two weeks.
Anyone interested in a rose salvage?

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RE: For native plantings: Rosa setigera

Hey Ann --

I ain't collecting more roses while I'm moving, but I keep meaning to tell you that the "Cleveland Cemetary Rose" bloomed this spring. Nice little double white flowers. :-)

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