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Post by rosemeadow on 27th July 2012, 23:57

I got back down here yesterday after travelling down with my enormous bird bath and 165 roses in my station wagon. Plus my little girl and 9 Kelpie puppies.
The bird bath is in its new spot and I am looking forward to planting around it. I have 500 roses moved down here now. 400 or less left to move. The roses I have planted here are starting to get red shoots, a few have leaves. There is alot of water in the ground, hopefully the roses can handle this and it will give them a good start to Spring.
It was a glorious day here today. There are lovely views around the valley which ever way you look from in my garden.

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Re: Up date of new rose garden.

Post by neptune on 28th July 2012, 00:04

Keep up the good work Karen, it will all come to an end soon and you will see the fruits of your labor flower in their glory
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Post by AutumnDamask on 28th July 2012, 07:01

An absolutely mammoth undertaking, Karen. Smile You've done an amazing job so far. Thumbsup
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Re: Up date of new rose garden.

Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 28th July 2012, 08:07

AutumnDamask wrote:An absolutely mammoth undertaking, Karen. Smile You've done an amazing job so far. Thumbsup
I don't normally do quotes, but, you are right Wendy, Karen is amazing. Karen can hold her own when it comes to work and IMO work better than most blokes I know. A very focused girl in whatever she does and does it bl==dy well.
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Re: Up date of new rose garden.

Post by rosemeadow on 28th July 2012, 09:26

Gee guys, you will give me a swelled head. Thanks for the very nice comments.
I can only do it because I don't have a job and it is my job at present. But yes, when I go to get work or what ever I do I will have more confidence after having moved these roses.

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