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Spider_Lily

Active Member
I ran to the grocerystore yesterday and glanced something.I saw rose bushes. Sooooo I had to stop three came home with me they just jumped in my car.So I had to let them come.A Sterling Silver Tea rose and a two Peace Rose's.I know I'm bad can't help it .But they were cheap 3 for $10 bare root.
I unwrapped them they had a good root system soaked them a couple hours.
Planted them late yesterday afternoon.Waiting on bloom's now :).LOL
 

lynpenny

Super Moderator
Staff member
self control around rose bushes? I think not. I am not going to look this spring because I'm going to Paris. I want to have fun there and I'll get back to gardening when I get back.
 

Spider_Lily

Active Member
self control around rose bushes? I think not. I am not going to look this spring because I'm going to Paris. I want to have fun there and I'll get back to gardening when I get back.

Can't blame you there Lyn.I would be saving for a trip like that too.But I have no plan's like that don't do alot of traveling.The rose's were cheap 3 for $10
They have tiny green limb's coming out already.:)
 

Dor

Active Member
I bought some bareroot roses from Sam's last year and they did really well so I will pick up some after April 4th. They come two to a package.
 

Spider_Lily

Active Member
I don't think my Sterling Silver Tea rose is going to make it.It look's sad but the other's are coming along good.This is what they look like now.
 

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