Dec. Rose's

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Kya D

Active Member
WELL that is cruel here I am shoveling snow and you are picking roses. :)
They are beautiful..
 

Mainegal

Super Moderator
Staff member
I was going to say the same but glad you posted them, keep us in blooms as long as you can. sure do miss wombat and his blooms during our winters. i've emailed him a few times and haven't heard anything from him. praying he is ok and just busy.
 

Gloria

Super Moderator
Staff member
Those are nice! I have a couple still trying to bloom but they don't look so hot!
 

Fantasygal1

New Member
They're GORGEOUS!!!

Beautifull blooms there!!! I'd still have some too but had to cut them back when we moved as they were the only ones that came with me. Was looking at them yesterday and seem to have lost one for sure and two don't look so good. I'm hoping that the other five make it. Keep posting your blooms to keep us cheery!!!! Thanks for sharing!!!
 
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Kale

Guest
Spider_Lily! Gorgeous..They look fine.
My last rose cutting that I brought in was "All Miss American Beauty,
She bloomed well from around or before the 26th until the 7th of December.

How are they now?
They can recover somewhat from frosts..

I had a post but lost it someplace...
Now, let me see,
Is the white one in post #2 JFK?
Post #2 first one, Intrigue? (ok, it looks like Intrigue in the small pic but now that I see it bigger is it (deep red velvet ) Oklahoma?
Do you have another pic of the second one?
Is the third pic (yellow) a bud of the post #9?
Is yellow bloom #9 post New Day or Sunblest?
How tall did it get?
Ok last question, if you know…Is the last pic (post #2) Circus?

All are beautiful thank you for sharing!:D

Kale:D
 


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