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Old 09-04-2019, 08:46 AM
 
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I'm getting a lot of new trees, roses, and flowers next week. Drift and Knock Out roses, Holly, Green Arborivate trees, tulips, and daffodils. It's in the 90's down here so I'm hoping it will rain a little more. I order many Meidiland roses for the spring to put in window boxes. I grew them in Zone 6b and they bloomed from spring to fall.
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I'm getting a lot of new trees, roses, and flowers next week. Drift and Knock Out roses, Holly, Green Arborivate trees, tulips, and daffodils. It's in the 90's down here so I'm hoping it will rain a little more. I order many Meidiland roses for the spring to put in window boxes. I grew them in Zone 6b and they bloomed from spring to fall.
Roses in window boxes? Iíve never thought of doing that. Do the roots have enough room? Do you treat them as annuals?
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