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really slow growing second year eden rose

Posted by edenlover none (My Page) on
Fri, Jun 20, 14 at 9:15

Just wondering if anyone in the Midwest, after the winter we just had, has a similar slow growing eden rose problem. Had sucessfully established two eden climbers on either side of an arbor and they grew to about 2 feet before I put them "to bed" with a really good drink and mulched. Everything emerged slowly this year East facing Eden came up healthy and beautifully, the west facing (could have gotten more wind) came up ridiculously slow and is strangely a seriously "miniature". It is about 10 inches high and everything about it is miniature....right down to the teeny buds. The East facing one is just blooming and about 2 feet tall. What happened?

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RE: really slow growing second year eden rose

Have you considered posting this on the Discussion site instead of the conversations? You might get more responses there, especially if you list your zone.

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