It is a very pretty red though.
Such is the life of a gardener! You never know....
Hi Sue You commented on my Joanne's Cottage garden blog and asked about planting roses in a cardboard box. I only do this if I want to plant a rose where one has grown before. For some reason the soil where a rose has been causes a new rose planted in the same place to die. So by planting in a largeish cardboard box surrounded with fresh soil enables the rose to establish and as the box rots in time the old soil doesn't become a problem.Hope that helps.
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