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Re: marketing

From: "Mike Sutton" <suttons@lightspeed.net>


In a climate like yours our goals is to have a flower that blooms
continously from spring until first frost.  Pretty lofty goal but you've got
to shoot at something!

-----Original Message-----

>From: "Mark, Maureen" <MARKM@tc.gc.ca>
>Thanks, Mike.  I was hoping that you'd speak up.  I thought that if anyone
>was close, it would be you.  But I'm not sure that you'll get to an
>everblooming TB for my zone in my lifetime.  There are only a dozen hybrid
>tea roses that are truly hardy here.  In fact some avid rose gardeners
>them as annuals.
>I've been eyeing SEPTEMBER FROST.  Maybe I can convince Sandy to put in an
>order this year.  Maybe we can go house (lot) hunting...

Make sure it has a lot of acerage for iris, the only true neccesity during
house hunting :-)

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