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Re: Mrs Graham Hart

Post by rosebud on 22nd December 2015, 14:41

Have just reacquainted myself with the saving of Mrs Graham Hart .. such a lovely story and so nice to read the full journey in the lead up to Christmas.

MERRY CHRISTMAS to all .. trust you have a safe and happy time with loved ones.
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Post by muscovyduckling on 27th December 2015, 12:16

Ooh I am glad to hear it was a soft lemon colour for you David. How lovely! What about her fragrance? Was that anything to write home about?
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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 27th December 2015, 13:45

Zoe, as I missed the best of the bloom I did not think to sniff it. If Gary comes on he will be able to answer that question for you.
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Post by muscovyduckling on 27th December 2015, 14:10

Hahaha David, that's where you and I differ - I will sniff anything and everything!
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Post by Balinbear on 27th December 2015, 19:36

muscovyduckling wrote:Hahaha David, that's where you and I differ - I will sniff anything and everything!
Zoe.
You are really spending too much time with your dogs.

The flowers do have a scent but it is not that strong. It is a typical "yellow" scent.

Gary
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