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Rosa setipoda

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Rosa setipoda

Post by Guest on 7th October 2011, 11:14

This is the R. setipoda I bought this winter to breed from, the nextdoor neighbour decided to spray round up, there was a small gap and the drift came through. I think it will recover over time.


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Re: Rosa setipoda

Post by rosemeadow on 7th October 2011, 12:07

Thats bad luck Ozroz.
Thank goodness I don't have a neighbour that is close enough to hurt the garden with Round Up. Instead I have to worry about a big coal mine for a future neighbour. Hopefully it all falls through and the goverment goes totally renewable energy.


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