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Old 15-03-2004, 03:40 AM
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Default hybrid T not taking

Hi
Planted 6 hybrid Ts in late Jan, (Arizona, Chrysler Imperial, Memorial Day,
San Antonio, Sterling
Silver and Summer Sunshine)
The Arizona is not taking well, in fact to looks to be drying out, all
others are doing quite well, bushing out
with leaves and even some buds.
I have watered, and fertilized all the same.
However there is one shoot on the Arizona that has started to grow, but I'm
not sure whether I should take back to Armstrong or give it a go a bit
longer. I noticed that some of the thorns are separating off. Is this a bad
sign?
John
So Cal

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Old 17-03-2004, 02:17 AM
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Default hybrid T not taking

Take it back
If it is struggling now, it may never be a top producer
If it were an established rose, I would offer a maybe, but if you've given
them all the same care, and they are new roses-take the hint. Take it back.

ed
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Hi
Planted 6 hybrid Ts in late Jan, (Arizona, Chrysler Imperial, Memorial

Day,
San Antonio, Sterling
Silver and Summer Sunshine)
The Arizona is not taking well, in fact to looks to be drying out, all
others are doing quite well, bushing out
with leaves and even some buds.
I have watered, and fertilized all the same.
However there is one shoot on the Arizona that has started to grow, but

I'm
not sure whether I should take back to Armstrong or give it a go a bit
longer. I noticed that some of the thorns are separating off. Is this a

bad
sign?
John
So Cal

--
"Cheap work isn't good and good work isn't cheap"
Me




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Old 17-03-2004, 02:41 AM
ed
 
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Default hybrid T not taking

Take it back
If it is struggling now, it may never be a top producer
If it were an established rose, I would offer a maybe, but if you've given
them all the same care, and they are new roses-take the hint. Take it back.

ed
"John" wrote in message
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Hi
Planted 6 hybrid Ts in late Jan, (Arizona, Chrysler Imperial, Memorial

Day,
San Antonio, Sterling
Silver and Summer Sunshine)
The Arizona is not taking well, in fact to looks to be drying out, all
others are doing quite well, bushing out
with leaves and even some buds.
I have watered, and fertilized all the same.
However there is one shoot on the Arizona that has started to grow, but

I'm
not sure whether I should take back to Armstrong or give it a go a bit
longer. I noticed that some of the thorns are separating off. Is this a

bad
sign?
John
So Cal

--
"Cheap work isn't good and good work isn't cheap"
Me




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Old 17-03-2004, 02:41 AM
ed
 
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Default hybrid T not taking

Take it back
If it is struggling now, it may never be a top producer
If it were an established rose, I would offer a maybe, but if you've given
them all the same care, and they are new roses-take the hint. Take it back.

ed
"John" wrote in message
news:[email protected]_s54...
Hi
Planted 6 hybrid Ts in late Jan, (Arizona, Chrysler Imperial, Memorial

Day,
San Antonio, Sterling
Silver and Summer Sunshine)
The Arizona is not taking well, in fact to looks to be drying out, all
others are doing quite well, bushing out
with leaves and even some buds.
I have watered, and fertilized all the same.
However there is one shoot on the Arizona that has started to grow, but

I'm
not sure whether I should take back to Armstrong or give it a go a bit
longer. I noticed that some of the thorns are separating off. Is this a

bad
sign?
John
So Cal

--
"Cheap work isn't good and good work isn't cheap"
Me




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Old 17-03-2004, 02:41 AM
ed
 
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Default hybrid T not taking

Take it back
If it is struggling now, it may never be a top producer
If it were an established rose, I would offer a maybe, but if you've given
them all the same care, and they are new roses-take the hint. Take it back.

ed
"John" wrote in message
news:[email protected]_s54...
Hi
Planted 6 hybrid Ts in late Jan, (Arizona, Chrysler Imperial, Memorial

Day,
San Antonio, Sterling
Silver and Summer Sunshine)
The Arizona is not taking well, in fact to looks to be drying out, all
others are doing quite well, bushing out
with leaves and even some buds.
I have watered, and fertilized all the same.
However there is one shoot on the Arizona that has started to grow, but

I'm
not sure whether I should take back to Armstrong or give it a go a bit
longer. I noticed that some of the thorns are separating off. Is this a

bad
sign?
John
So Cal

--
"Cheap work isn't good and good work isn't cheap"
Me






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