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Re: roses

Speaking of roses, those of you in zones 5 and below, do you know of any hardy ramblers? I would dearly love to have one I could entice up a mature oak. Don't care particularly about maximizing the flower show, just would like to do it!
Cathy, west central IL, z5b
On Saturday, March 22, 2003, at 11:57 PM, Theresa- yahoo wrote:

No problem- thanks for being so understanding that I am slow as molasses
getting anything in the mail. I ordered some more roses today- wanted a
yellow lady banks, but High Country Roses was out. Might order one from
someone else. 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.)

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