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I'll find out tough rdv is

Posted by deervssteve 9 (My Page) on
Sun, Jun 16, 13 at 18:12

I removed it from my small rose garden, because It was so sparse. I put it in a 1 gallon container and it was still hanging in there. I thought it would be happier in the ground in a shadier area than in a pot in the hot sun.
I planted in my slope. Things didn't go well and what ever soil was in the pot fell apart. I went ahead and took the bush and whatever dirt I had and planted it. I got out all the air bubbles. It will get regular water and B1 and good luck.


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almost 3 weeks and the last week of 100 degree weather. Seems happy for now. On the other hand my baby ht are not happy.


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  • Posted by seil z6b MI (My Page) on
    Sat, Jul 6, 13 at 17:46

Look out! My RdV is enormous! It took it a while to get started but once she did she took off and took out 3 trellises, lol!


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I had RDV for over 20 years. Every year she got munched by deer. I sprayed her with deer repellant last summer and the deer left her alone. She finally got munched after a good bloom and looked leggy and sparse. Her new home is on a slope with the other old garden roses. Less sun and lots of room to sprawl. The area has been ignored by deer for a long time.


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Mine must be happy....new canes popping up all over where I planted her.

Either that or one day I will wonder what on earth I was thinking.


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