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Re: climbing rose

David, Two old and reliable climbers that I recommend to clients because they 
have few thorns are 'Zephirine Drouhin' and 'Lady Banks' yellow. The 'Lady 
Banks' white variety has good scent. I have ordered 'Aromatherapy' from Jungs. I 
like to order roses from them as they specify which ones are "own root". Too 
many bad experiences with grafted roses! I love all kinds of salvia with 
roses...also nepeta 'Walkers Low' . 
I wonder if the 'Fairy Rose', a rebloomer with millions of small pink flowers 
would work on a trellis. Mine lean on a fence as they have long gangly canes 
if not pruned back. Very thorny, though. Kathy

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