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My climbers

Posted by marhel 7a (My Page) on
Thu, Apr 24, 14 at 10:52

Now all climbers tsvetut.ya very proud of them.
PEACE

CANDY LAND

PORTLANDIA


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I just planted a Climbing Peace in early April, and I've got fingerlings from the main stems. I have clay gumbo soil in west Houston, so I added sand to the hole when I planted, to assist drainage. How long does a climber take before reaching upwards? Is she just working on growing deep roots right now, and will I at least have something to climb up a trellis soon? I assume that we won't see a bloom the first year.


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My bush 6 years. First year bush grew up without me. Forming began to spend when he was growing 3 years


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Beautiful. I've never heard of the last one - what is that?


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Stunning! I just planted a Cecille Brunner. Can't wait to watch it grow and eventually bloom!


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I bought it there
http://www.heirloomroses.com/roses/portlandia.html


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Love all three of those.Tthey are beautiful and blooming great.


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  • Posted by seil z6b MI (My Page) on
    Thu, Apr 24, 14 at 19:35

They're beautiful, Marhel, and you should be proud of them!


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I've never seen a Cl. Peace before. It's really impressive and beautiful. Candyland is very pretty.


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