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Re: Re: Hello! Rose question...

I have not had alot of success with planting in the fall here, and it
doesn't matter when it blooms or what it is. It is my fault, without the
Hot weather I don't think enough about watering and always seem to be
traveling. Doesn't help that here it is summer one day and winter the

Noticed on the way to work (I was late today, so it was daylight
out)that the trees are starting to change colors here... now it is


> Glad to hear all the replies to Bonnie's question! I received a rugosa
> rose in a plant exchange a couple of days ago and intend to put it in
> the ground today. Nice to think it has a fighting chance <s>!
> I'm attending another exchange tonight, though I wonder if most plants
> will take kindly to being moved in autumn weather??? We are having warm
> days in the sixties and seventies, but chill nights in the forties. I
> know grasses, mums, and coneflowers don't mind being moved now, but what
> about other plants? Is there a way to generalize what will transplant
> happily in fall, based on season of bloom?
> Wendy in SW OH

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