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Re: Hello! Rose question...


What answers to Bonnie's question? I received her message, but no responses until this one. Gremlins? If anyone has the other messages saved, I'd appreciate seeing them, as I too need to move a rose (this one does not find itself entangled in tree roots, however).
Cathy
On Wednesday, September 24, 2003, at 12:38 PM, wendyswope@mindspring.com wrote:

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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