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Shelley H
Discussion id : 24-649
most recent 9 MAR 08 HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 9 MAR 08 by spokaneroses
Shelley: Loved your pictures of both Lambert Closse and Emily Carr, two roses we sell at our nursery, Northland Rosarium in SPokane, Wa. zone 4-5. Wondering if we might use your photos of these roses for our website and catalog?

Thanks in advance and please email me at phathaw@hotmail.com or carol@northlandrosarium.com if any questions or concerns. Do keep up the great photography!

Phyllis Hathaway
Northland Rosarium
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Discussion id : 13-408
most recent 18 MAR 07 SHOW ALL
 
Initial post 23 JUL 06 by Shelley H
My  first rose  John Cabot was given to me in the Spring of 1990.  I posted pictures of this rose as it is still going strong today. I now have a total of 108 roses in my yard .
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Reply #1 of 2 posted 27 OCT 06 by Nathan
Shelly how do you do it? How do you winter all of those roses...?
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Reply #2 of 2 posted 18 MAR 07 by Shelley H
I usually buy only own root roses. I plant the crowns 4"- 6 " deep, water well once a week, fertilize once a month. Simple.... I have not protected them in winter. Mother nature usually gives me a good blanket of snow.
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Discussion id : 14-722
most recent 27 OCT 06 HIDE POSTS
 
Initial post 27 OCT 06 by Nathan
Hello everyone, ny name is Nathan and I am just about as inexpirienced as the day is long...plus I cant spell worth beans...But I have three roses now Hope for Humanity Blanc de Coubert x2 Henry Kelsey Hm...What else Oh I would really appreciate it if everyone would tell me about the roses they have had sucess with in zones 3 and lower....Sorry Shelly I think this is on your page for some dumb reason....Why isnt this working
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