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WilliamF the daylily man?
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~Lenore    Posted 04-18-2004 at 10:07:04       [Reply]  [No Email]

Where did he go?
When I posted photos of my roses, I thought of him.
He posted some beautiful photos of his daylilys last year.
I wonder what became of him?

This climbing rose is Don Juan,
it is the most beautiful red rose and smells wonderful.
It is not and old garden rose, but is fabulous.

donna in w.v    Posted 04-18-2004 at 14:31:36       [Reply]  [Send Email]
lenore, since you know roses can you give me a little advice. we put a trellis by the front gate and i want to grow tea[little?]roses the climbing kind. we have sort of a patriotic thing going all red,white or blue flowers and i'd like to plant roses in thiose colors. fol says the trellis is wide enough for 2 bushes on each side. any suggestions?

~Lenore    Posted 04-18-2004 at 15:03:26       [Reply]  [No Email]
donna, what is your weather zone?
That makes a difference in what will do well there.
IIf you let me know I can give you a few suggestions on red and white climbers.
There are no blue ones that I am aware of.
If Plumbago grows where you are, I would recommend it around the bottom of your climbers.
That would be beautiful.

Post your zone and I will get back with some suggestions. I am very partial to "old garden roses" because they are survivors.

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