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Initial post 9 MAR 15 by Jay-Jay
I believe a giant mole was very busy! ;-)
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Reply #1 of 3 posted 10 MAR 15 by Dianne's Southwest Idaho Rose Garden
Hi Jay-Jay! Someone or something has been very busy, that's for sure.

Spring is almost here and it's about time to start pruning for 2015. My newest additions have been climbing roses around the fence lines, to add depth and dimension to the garden. Maybe later in 2015 they'll be large enough that I can see some of the effect. Nice to hear from you.
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Reply #2 of 3 posted 10 MAR 15 by Jay-Jay
That is gonna look awesome, I suspect! When those climbers are settled, could you photograph that + garden in an overview/panoramic scene? A big plot You have!
Pruning has started over here too... the Forsythia is starting to flower. But in the weather-forecast night-frosts are expected.
Some potted roses will find a definitive home in our garden. I'm looking forward to Crimson Glory Cl. and Albertine, those are still in pots.
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Reply #3 of 3 posted 10 MAR 15 by Dianne's Southwest Idaho Rose Garden
For sure, I will take photos when the climbers look good enough to make it worthwhile.

If your forsythia is blooming, you're further along than we are. Usually that's late April here. I think it will be much sooner this year. I hate to start pruning this early (risky), but the forecasts are looking really good. A climbing Crimson Glory would be beautiful! I'd like to see photos of that one, too. :-)
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