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Posted by cajunrosegal 10 south florida (My Page) on
Tue, Jul 17, 07 at 10:03

Ive been in Florida for a month now, finally found a house. Have decided since Im leasing to do a pot ghetto. Until I decide in the next year or two to buy a house Im not planting anything. Never done a pot ghetto before so this will be a new one for me.
Do all roses do well in pots? Are there some that are better than others? I know many of you have pot ghettos...HELP!
Missing my roses, cant stand the fact that I left all my babies but they would have died and they were happy where they were.
Ang


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Mais, C'est domage! How are the crawfish over there? Are they as large as back home? I have never heard of, "pot
ghetto". Do you start with a roux? Bonne chance Cousine. T


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You have it in the wrong place,Ang.Take it to discussion.


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Crawfish? Here? I havent even LOOKED!!! Im going to check it out.
Ang


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  • Posted by taureau 8B South Louisiana (My Page) on
    Wed, Jul 18, 07 at 20:27

Just joking Ang. I here Blanko is moving to Florida after
she leaves office.


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Not in FL but I do grow a lot of my roses in pots due to rock outcropping issues that limit where I can plant. They are 95% own root, the other 5% grafted on Huey. Not sure how roses grafted on fort. would handle a pot but with 20" pots you should be good to go with most roses one can buy.


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OMG BLANKO IN FLORIDA??? There goes the neighborhood!
Ang


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