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Re: Red Roses


Tea roses would be my last choice because they are so susceptible to black 
spot and disease, although I believe some progress has been made in improving 
their resistance.  I'm sure there are members of the list who are familiar with 
good cultivars. I am such a fan of antique roses because I don't have to do 
anything to them. Should you care to check out the antique varieties, go to 
www.antiqueroseemporium.com.   
zem
zone 7
West TN

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