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Initial post today by Lavenderlace
Your Tropicana is really stunning! I'm so curious about sampling the fragrance that I think that I'm going to have to try it too!
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Discussion id : 110-144
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Initial post today by Lavenderlace
Wonderful photo, and I enjoyed reading all of the details! Thanks so much for posting!
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Discussion id : 110-129
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Initial post yesterday by Margaret Furness
That's a useful find. If I could type with more than two fingers I'd transfer the other comments to their respective roses. Perhaps the photo could be added to the others? I was thinking especially of Luciole.
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Reply #1 of 2 posted yesterday by Patricia Routley
What's wrong with two fingers? We've all got them. 'Luciole' reference added.
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Reply #2 of 2 posted yesterday by HubertG
LOL, I couldn't really crop the illustration without showing half the text, so I just copied the whole page.
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Discussion id : 110-112
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Initial post yesterday by Jeffrey
Michele!
Such a lovely rose. I've managed to start one from a bouquet. I am curious as to how this grows for you, what disease, does the color vary, etc. Size of plant and form interests me, too. Do you have any newer photos?
Jeff in San Francisco, CAalifornia.
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Reply #1 of 1 posted today by michelepinto
I'm sorry, that plant is dead afther a couple of years. The plant was living in a jar, so I can't answer about the size.
Michele, Senigallia, Italy
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