Thank you! I was battling rabbits eating some of my roses in the beginning of the spring, one of my tea roses looks like a standard right now, all the bottom leaves were eaten right off... finally managed the rabbits and they are all bouncing back now.Natalie, that is not only a lovely rose, but it's one of the healthiest I"ve ever seen! Well done on getting it moved and settled into its new home.
It is ironic that Double Delight does not do well for you like your other hybrid tea roses.Funny, I’ve been growing hybrid teas for more than 20 years and one of the few I’ve had to shovel prune was double delight, three times in two different locations! I’ve given up on them
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