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Re: Re: Knockout rose/Bambi

Josh, those are the only two I have much experience with.  I had a Pink 
Grootendorst at one point, but it was not happy because of where it
was planted.  I don't remember that the deer ate it.  The Grootendorsts
are just the thorniest ever and I like the picotee flowers.  The Blanc 
Double du Courbet is pretty thorny, but the flowers are the most 
fragrant of any I know.  I think that puts the deer off a bit, too. Sorry
I can't help more.

In a message dated 03/25/2005 7:08:51 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
haskell@ncweb.com writes:
        I want to plant some rugosas this year, but I have a major deer 
population.  Are those two the only ones they avoid, or do they shun all of 
the rugosas?  Anyone else have experience along that line??

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