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Re: Hello! Rose question...


Sounds like one of the old hardy ones. I would remove the leaves and force
it into dormancy then dig it up bag the roots in some of the soil  then
replant and mulch well. A tough old rose should hang in there with a little
T.L.C. Of course you can also cause it to become dormant then go the bare
root way. (more work). Either way it will have to be cut back, that's why it
has to be dormant . It it's not dormant it will just throw out new tender
shoots. The folks at the antique rose Emporium are experts and they may be
interested in your old rose.  Their web site is www.weAREroses.com .
Good luck !
Nora
----- Original Message -----
From: "Bonnie & Bill Morgan" <wmorgan972@ameritech.net>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Tuesday, September 23, 2003 6:23 PM
Subject: [CHAT] Hello! Rose question...


> Sorry I haven't been able to participate lately.  Bill and I are spending
> our weekends running back and forth to Indianapolis and trying to play
> catch-up during the week.
>
> Mother has a rose that my brother nearly killed by letting a tree grow
> through it.  We chopped the tree, but now we have three spindly looking
> briars that are still green.  Since we will be selling the house and my
> brother killed off mother's family peonies, I want to move this rose (a
pass
> a long plant from an aunt that my father loved and that gives mom joy too)
> to Dayton, but I need advice to make certain it survives the trip.  What
> would all of you suggest?  It is an old fashioned rose that bloomed
> sporadically throughout the summer and fall--bright red blossoms that are
> highly fragrant, and possibly a climber as briars are 6' to 8' high.
(I've
> never seen black spot nor powdery mildew on this one.)
>
> I will appreciate all your suggestions!
>
> Blessings,
>
> Bonnie
>
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