Thursday, September 18, 2014

Years ago, before the long term drought and watering restrictions decimated my collection of 170 roses, I had this stunning climber trained across my front entry arbor. I planted a new one today at the base of a long-naked rebar in the east bed now home to 7 plants of 'Old Blush'. I plan on using its pollen on 'Seagull' and 'Old Blush' plus try it as a seed parent pollinated by those two plus "Barfield White Climber" and Rosa laevigata (Cherokee Rose). LOVE the color!

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