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Mark Vollmer's Rose Garden
Discussion id : 112-744
most recent 26 AUG 18 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 26 AUG 18 by pminor
Love the pics. Some of the prettiest rose pics on site. Good to see elmhurst. My old shrub barely hanging on after too much drought years. Cant buy anymore. Another great astor perry rose about lost. So sad. Same with acadia sunrise by dr edwin bailey. If you still have you are only one. Emailed bailey nursery to see if they still have. None of dr baileys roses appear to be available anymore. Gorgeous rosed he bred too. Thanks for the pics anyway!!
Discussion id : 9-947
most recent 7 SEP 05 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 7 SEP 05 by Bonnie Brokaw
Dear Mark:

My sister, Kathy, is retired and lives in Minneapolis, and since visiting me recently in California and seeing my 80+ rose bushes, has decided she wants to start growing roses again, like she did many years ago in Illinois. However, Minnesota has a different (and shorter) growing season than Illinois, and therefore Kathy would really appreciate it if she could communicate with a fellow Minnesotoan (you) by e-mail or phone, to help her get started. Please respond, Mark, and let me know if that would be okay and how she could get in touch with you. Thank you so much!

Discussion id : 7-089
most recent 8 NOV 04 HIDE POSTS
Reply #1 of 0 posted 8 NOV 04 by The Old Rosarian
Protection of a rose graft depends on what zone they are grown in. Planting the budded area a couple of inches below the soil line is fine for those that have a cold winter. Gardeners in areas where the winter is extremely cold have to make cages of leaves etc or mound the roses up very well.
Discussion id : 4-114
most recent 19 OCT 03 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 19 OCT 03 by Anonymous-797
Beautiful pictures - I enjoyed looking.
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