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Re: Re: Knockout rose

Does it by any chance resist deer?  That's the reason I have
stopped growing roses, except for a couple of rugosas that
they don't bother - Grootendorst Supreme and Blanc Double
du Courbet.

In a message dated 03/24/2005 3:30:16 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
cathy.c@insightbb.com writes:
I can attest to Knockout. (Except for resisting JBs...they haven't 
reached my garden yet, so don't know!) It is truly a trouble free rose. 
Minimal blackspot, no mildew, continual bloom. Mine have not gotten 
bigger than 3.5 - 4 ft. I'm looking for the new double Knockout.

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