Self-discipline and buying roses
How do you maintain some sense of self control when it comes to roses? I've always had a tendency to go overboard. I think about all the work ahead, but that hasn't been much of a deterrent so far. I have already ordered more roses than I need to. I keep telling myself I want so many over the next few years and I'm just trying to get the number built up, that is how I try to justify it. I can't keep from looking and dreaming and I keep telling myself, no more! So far I've resisted, but it isn't easy. I did limit myself to three Austins and I have kept it to just three, but that Lady of Shalot, Munstead Wood and Queen of Sweden are just about irresistible. There are so many great roses and I seem to want them all, but that's not even practical. I remember seeing a thread where Seil had posted something on how we could justify buying more roses, it was hilarious, mainly because I could relate to it. Can you discipline yourself when it comes to roses?