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|On Feb 20, 2012, voyagergreg Lakeside Marblehead, OH wrote:
Posted on April 12, 2010, updated February 20, 2012
On February 20th, 2012, voyagergreg added the following:
happy to report that these roses really took off & bloomed the first year...Last summer they were a sight to behold w/ non stop blooms till heavy frost set in..I did feed them monthly w/ rose fert. from cottage farms...
|On Feb 23, 2008, ConGar wrote:
Either this company has gotten better over the years or I just had a very lucky experience with them last year. Although all was not perfect...
On March 15th, 2008, ConGar added the following:
I thought I would come back and mention that the three bulbs (that looked like roots) have apparently survived the winter, I noticed the other day that all three are starting to peek up through the ground. In two cases there are two separate sprigs of green, but I'm happy all three are showing signs of growth.
As for the late bulbs - so sign of life yet, but I haven't given up. But in case anyone is interested I'll try and come back later to report life or death. ;)
On April 18th, 2008, ConGar added the following:
Okay, I'm not sure anyone cares, but I said I'd come back and report on those bulbs...
It's good news, because at least twelve of the fourteen are coming up, and I wouldn't be entirely surprised to see the last two pop up soon as well.
(The bad news is one of the three other plants I was happy about isn't doing so well now. I mean it is still hanging in there, but it's also very runty. The other two are big and green, the other just barely has any green peeking through the ground - some of said green is also broken.
Still I'm happy with my PCH plants, because just from looking, I'd say the two that are doing well will be ready for dividing next year/season and so I can easily replace the runty one if it doesn't perk up.