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Roses in my spring garden

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Re: Roses in my spring garden

Post by betsyw on 11th February 2014, 14:10

Maree, Sightsaver is healthy as a horse, in full leaf and impervious to any travelling bs spores. In the bloom stakes, though, it's still a Clydesdale, not a thoroughbred. It's out the back at the moment, thinking long deep thoughts of buds (I hope)
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Re: Roses in my spring garden

Post by silkyfizz on 11th February 2014, 14:40

Maree, Barbra is biding her time to shine again in autumn I think. She has consistently produced several blooms at a time but they lack the sumptuous quality of her spring blooms. Still lovely though. Blackspot, yeah it seems to like her but doesn't appear to impede growth or flower production and not to the extent of defoliation.
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