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Beautiful! (y)

I love roses (well, who doesn't) but early on had bad luck with them so haven't tried in many years. Maybe I should give roses another go. I have a sunny spot along the west side of the house I've been thinking of de-weeding and planting in. Hmmm.
 
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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.
 
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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.
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.
Picked up a Queen Elizabeth today to put in, looks a little starved for sunlight, but I think it will do great once she's in and adjusted! :)
 

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