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Re: rose cuttings

John F. Kennedy is a lovely big creamy white rose, very fragrant, upright
habit with dark green foliage & formidible thorns. Lasts well as a cut
flower. Blooms for me in full sun and also in morning sun only under the
weeping cherry. It has a reputation for being fussy, but thrives on benign
neglect in my garden.
Glad to "hear" you sounding so chipper. Faith & prayers open the way for
Judy B
Z 6 Idaho, raining, warmer today, 40 F now
From: <romans810@juno.com>

> what is a JFK cutting?
> Theresa - It's the name of a rose - John F. Kennedy. I don't know what it
> looks like. I have only 3 roses.

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