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Re: Roses

Gertrude Jekyl.
Lovely old rose form, fragrant! mauvy pink blooms, long thorny canes. Mine
is just a baby growing in part shade but getting quite tall. One expert
(?name?) calls her gangly & ungainly. I have mine staked with one of those
helix tomato stakes. I'm planning to tie her up to an obelisk & plant a
burgandy or white clematis on her north side.
Judy B
z 6 Idaho

From: <Chris@widom-assoc.com>

...Any ideas for a TALL pink rose?

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