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Re: roses & "stuff"

Sorry to post to this subject so late.  I've been out in the yard every 
possible minute.  
As usual, everything is popping up at once -- before I can get at all the 
weeds.  As to the rose in shade, "Lavender Lassie" is an antique rose 
available from Antique Rose Emporium in Texas.  It will tolerate more shade 
than most.  Although it blooms only once it is impervious to black spot and 
grows into a huge bush.  I have never minded roses that only bloom once 
during the year as most of my other flowering things only bloom once.  I have 
just tried to get lots of different kinds of plants that bloom at different 
times.  This week I am tackling honey suckle vines that are the size of my 
wrist -- that will be a chore to say the least. <LOL> And I have finally 
given in and hired a man to help me with the really difficult stuff.  Good 
grief, I feel like a queen.
zone 7
West TN

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