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Re: One project accomplished

Indeed! The catalogs are coming in and I can't wait until I have time to settle down and peruse them. And, can you knowledgeable ones out there recommend some suitable "understory" plants for roses that would be hardy to z5? I do not have a rose bed, but scatter them throughout the garden.
On Tuesday, December 28, 2004, at 04:42 PM, kmrsy@comcast.net wrote:

I like the "down" time of winter for gardening. It gives you a chance to
catch your breath and make preparations for beginning a new year.


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