Winter Hardy Rose Examples


Parkland and Explorer Series
An "Easy Elegance" rose from Bailey's

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  • Douglas Hunt
    on Aug 2, 2012

    It sounds like you've done everything you could do, Leanne. I would not fertilize any more until there are more signs of recovery. Fingers crossed for "My Girl."

  • Z
    on Aug 2, 2012

    Oh my! I know what you mean about transplanting just before the heat wave and drought. That happened to us too. After years of talking about transplanting three barberries my hubby finally took the time to do so and we wound up losing them. We had a sprinkler set to water them, but it wasn't enough. We finally replaced them and the youngins are doing fine. I do hope your "my girl" survives.

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