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Old 18-08-2009, 05:51 AM posted to rec.gardens.roses
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Is the group still out there as there have been no new posts and my question
has not been answered. To hard to answer or no one knows the answer.



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Old 19-08-2009, 04:16 AM posted to rec.gardens.roses
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I'm here but with so many ISP's shutting down Usenet sites because
a few violated some laws. They are into other twitter and new junk - don't
understand our want and needs.


Anyway - So far in the months and months of 100 degree weather - no spring this
year - we lost all of our climbing roses - the big ones. Watered them - but
to much of them were exposed I suppose. Lost an old rose. The big ones were
Mr. Lincoln (IIRC). We will miss them.

The rain has been diverting east and west of us. Coming from the north or
south. I'm getting concerned that perhaps the foundry in town might be over
heating the air - and it vaporizes the clouds.

Such is life. Just 50 miles south or north. Or 20 miles east. West of here
towards central Texas is very dry.

Normally we have more tropical weather pounding us.

Martin

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Is the group still out there as there have been no new posts and my question
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Old 21-08-2009, 07:06 PM posted to rec.gardens.roses
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Livy asked :
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new posts and my question has not been
answered. To hard to answer or no one knows the
answer.

Garlic will ward off aphids and other pests if planted amongst your
roses . Refrain from using the garlic for consumption if a systemic
poison has been used in the vicinity.
Don,...



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