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On Sun, 31 Jul 2016 20:00:12 +0200, Willi_9

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Nicd picture Willi. Do you have a lot of roses ?

Roses are a bit of a chore for me to grow here with our hot humid
summers. Some do well with them but they require too much
"babysitting" for my liking. Too many summer diseases from the rain,
hot sun and high humdity.

I have a container grown Brown Turkey fig that is going nuts
producing big sweet figs this summer. Leaf rust is starting again this
summer so that will severly cut back fig production. I really like
fresh figs too, oh well the life of a farmer.

Tampa Bob

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