We have finally gotten some much needed rain after a prolonged dry spell. Our plants that we have in the ground have responded well to this. We mulch quite heavily, generally 4-6". This helps to retain moisture and supply much needed organic material to the sand in this part of Florida. Mother nature dose a wonderful job of breaking this down, usually less than an inch is left after a year has passed.
My wife, Jan and I sorted some more plants today. We have added Old Blush, Climbing to our site. This is a rapid grower, it does not bloom as frequently as the parent plant that it is a sport of, the parent being Old Blush. You have to respect the longevity of both plants having existed for over 250 years.
|Restocked plants||New Introductions||Dinky||Old Blush, Climbing||Dortmund||DICjana||Iridescent Pink||Lemon Spice||Louis Philippe||Madame Antoine Mari||Madame Berkeley||Mister Lincoln||Nancy Lee||New Dawn||Papa Hemeray||Princess de Sagan||Rhode Island Red||Rhodologue Jules Gravereaux||Samantha||Setzer Noisette||Sombreuil||William R. Smith|
Don and Jan Rogers
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