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June 22, 2014

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Dana

Your roses are stunning Kathleen! I am going to have to get Charles Darwin - it's a beauty! Your Lady Emma's look great too! Love the Iris and mostly love that beautiful kitty! So happy you are able to post again - I love your pics and your descriptions!

Robin

All those David Austins, I'm quite jealous! I lost so many roses over the winter that I feel like my rose garden is having a rebuilding year, like a sports team. I did plant Abraham Darby, he's doing well, but oh so small. I don't think we'll see any blooms this year, but who knows. I didn't think I'd see any roses at all, but the survivors have rebounded nicely. I hope your daughter is soon back to 100%!

Beth @ PlantPostings

Your Roses are stunning! Mine were a little stunted this year because the yard is overly lush and shady this year (interesting problem to have, I know). Anyway, they didn't get as much early summer sun as they like so the new growth is heavy, but the blooms are light. The beauty of Roses is mesmerizing, and your photos sure do them justice!

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