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doccat5
Fredericksburg, VA
(Zone 7b)

December 21, 2007
5:57 AM

Post #4315748

Excellent presentation of a complex subject in a made very understandable and very easy to read. Thank you :)
pupilpropogtr
Birmingham, AL
(Zone 7b)

December 21, 2007
7:41 AM

Post #4315853

Thank you so much. You may have helped me identify the rose bush which was here when we bought our house. I love it and must move soon. So now I think I know what to look for. Can't wait to read more of the article.
chris_lcf530
Peachtree City, GA
(Zone 7b)

December 21, 2007
11:35 AM

Post #4315983

Excellent, the basics that I have been searching for all wrapped up into 1 article. Makes me want to go out and buy another rose bush. Looking forward to next article.
Debbie2007
Port Vincent, LA
(Zone 8b)

December 21, 2007
5:54 PM

Post #4316862

Thankyou so much for this article and the ones to follow. I am a new gardener and have just begun to plant roses. This is very needed info for me. Thanks again.

Debbie
Sharran
Calvert City, KY
(Zone 7a)

December 21, 2007
8:16 PM

Post #4317294

Many years ago I tried to grow roses, and failed miserably, except for 2 polyanthas. Your article makes me want to try just one more time.
Thank you.
Sharon
soapwort243
South Milwaukee, WI

December 21, 2007
10:28 PM

Post #4317593

I really liked your article and I'm looking forward to the up coming ones. I need all the tips I can get. I have never had luck with roses, in the past. I had quite a few beautiful yellow ground cover roses and the next year I think they got mildew or black spot. They started to grow, then died. Last year I decided to try again and planted Rugosa shrub roses and they seem to be doing well. Also, I planted Bonica and Carefree Delight Shrubs and they seem to have gotten a slow start, but are okay, I'll see in spring. Thanks for the great article -(and upcoming articles.)
Seandor
Springfield, MA
(Zone 6a)

December 21, 2007
11:18 PM

Post #4317754

This was my first year growing roses - so I really appreciate an expert sharing knowledge with us. Thank you so much.
McGlory
Southeast, NE
(Zone 5a)

December 22, 2007
1:46 AM

Post #4318101

I found all the information you provided before buying and planting my first roses this year, but I wish it had been all together and easy to find like your article. Since it is my first winter with roses, so I am anxious to read your next articles. Great job, Paul, as usual.

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