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Re: roses and stuff

No authority on roses for Florida by any means....but can say that here on 
the Gulf Coast we have a dickens of a time with roses.  The heat and humidity 
just do a number on most...especially hybrid teas, etc.   It seems that our 
only hope and the best thing are the antique roses, or old roses that grow on 
their own root stock.  Everyone here has found that there is much less black 
spot (usually only occurs during cooler damp periods) and much less hassle. 
I'm a HUGE fan of the Antique Rose Emporium, and highly recommend the visit.  
Their perennial, rose gardens and antique buildings are really worth seeing, 
as well as their growing fields.   
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast

In a message dated 3/27/2003 11:03:41 AM Central Standard Time, 
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

> I have been told many times that the only roses that will thrive in Fl are
> on Fortuniana or Dr Hughey rootstock. Is this true of the old roses, too I
> wonder? Would love a rose with no black spot!
> SAinSA z9

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