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Re: Hello?/Hyacinth Beans< roses

In a message dated 03/22/2003 11:57:42 PM Central Standard Time, 
tchessie@yahoo.com writes:

> I have a long stretch of fence I'd like it to cover- anyone
> else have this rose?  Does it really have no thorns? ( I would actually
> prefer it to have thorns.)

I killed mine. :-( But lots of people here have them, and, yes, they have no 
thorns.  I am now successfully growing Zephirine Drouhin (also a climber), 
which has few, if any, thorns.  It's deep pink and very pretty. BTW, the 
yellow Lady Banks has very little fragrance, but the white, and rarer, one 
smells divine.

zone 7
West TN

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