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Woodbury, Celeste
Discussion id : 80-444
most recent 10 SEP 14 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 10 SEP 14 by IgMih
Thank you for so kind story! Best wishes, best roses, Igor
Discussion id : 63-454
most recent 11 APR 12 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 11 APR 12 by summer song
Celeste posted a beautiful picture of Liebeszauber rose at:
The gorgeous Liebeszauber is featured with another two roses.
Can someone tell me what is the name of the rose just beside Liebeszauber - the cream colored one with red edging? It can be seen in the background.
Thank you,
Summer Song.
Discussion id : 57-557
most recent 27 SEP 11 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 27 SEP 11 by Mille Fleurs
Dear Mrs. Woodbury,

I wanted to tell you how much I appreciate your beautiful photos and your eclectic taste in roses. "I haven't met a rose yet that I didn't find beauty in." That says it all.

What's more, I know that if I look up a rose on HMF and you have a picture posted, I'm onto a good thing! Since I also live in zone 4 (Minnesota), your comments next to the photos are very helpful.

I have a request, if I may make so bold. Would you be willing to share a sucker from your R. spinosissima 'Double White'? If you are able to do this, please let me know the postage etc. If you are not able, nevertheless please accept my cordial compliments. You can contact me through a HMF private message.
Betsy van der Hoek (Mille Fleurs)
Discussion id : 55-406
most recent 24 JUN 11 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 23 JUN 11 by The Rose Lady
Wondering how you manage to grow the Moonlight Magic rose in your planting zone? I live in zone 5 and won't attempt Hybrid Teas! Please share your secrets!
Also, hoping you would allow me to use your photo of the rose on my web site.
I intend to do a page about that rose, and your picture is lovely.
Thanks so much,
Reply #1 of 1 posted 24 JUN 11 by Slugger15
I'm in zone 5 and have a mixture of Hybrid Teas, floribundas, minis, and minifloras. I know many other gardners in my zone and in my town that successfully grow Hybrid Teas. I really don't go out of my way to do anything spectacular for winter protection, either. It can be done--there are certainly some very good varieties out there that will survive. Don't give up hope on them; I'm pretty sure there are lots of folks here who would be happily willing to give help or advice if you'd like. :)
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