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16 SEP 16
Purchased 4/16 Rogue Valley
10 SEP 14
*** Growing near Houston, TX: sub tropical zone 9a. Mild winters, hot, extremely humid summers that last half the year. ***

Ordered from Palatine 2014

10/23/2015- still potted. I want to plant this one in the garden, but it hasn't bloomed much and never has leaves.
27 JAN 13
2012 - No more caterpillars eating everything - bloomed almost continuously up into november. marvelous colors incredibly fotogenic- scent remains even when dried making it wonderful for potpourris and rose thee. Healthy. an absolute favorite.
1 APR 12
Planted spring '08:
From 09 on the first buds are eaten up from the inside by something???? - can't get at them before they ruin the buds - then the new buds grow and they are ok. Thus it starts blooming late - but mine is true to it's reputation as an october bloomer! It is rich and healthy (except for the "bud bugs").
I save the old flower petals which don't loose their fragrance with drying, for potpourri or for rose tea ( together with Vervaine is a wonderful tea)
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