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    Antique Roses In October/November

    I can't believe how easy these are to grow. Some are even covered by the huge red passiflora, but still somehow survive.

    The latter roses need to be propagated and started elsewhere. It is doubtful that I will move the red passiflora since it is so happy and prolific there. The only problem I have with it is that it tends to grow over the gate making it hard to open, but that only means a little pruning occasionally or a sharp yank when I open the gate.

    Here are some pictures of blooms....
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    This is a bud.
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    There are more.

    I have about 15 or more now. I lost count. All bloom in the spring. Most bloom again in the fall. A few bloom in the summer.

    The Fairy blooms nearly all the time...

    SMILES!
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