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Re: new roses today/ new plants today

Theresa, is your Kerria a single or a double?  Most that I have seen are 
double, and very pretty, but I have a single that I just love.  It was given
me by a friend many years ago, and though it was in a spot where it
became overshaded, it has spread quite a bit.  I just love the very 
delicate single blossoms.  If you're interested, come spring, I could
probably send you a piece.  Of course, if yours is blooming now,
you would find my idea of spring a bit off-schedule.  We have about
six inches of snow this morning, and won't expect to be able to dig
anything for at least another month.

In a message dated 02/21/2005 12:09:44 AM Eastern Standard Time, 
tchessie@comcast.net writes:
Oh- I love my sombreuil climber.  You will too!  Mine is grown on it's 
own root and is quite the vigorous grower.  Today I bought a lovely 
Kerria japonica and small gardenia.  I planted both and I just am so 
pleased with the Kerria- it's blooming right now even!


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