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by Elizabeth [GB] Cutter
on January 20, 2020 at 11:54 AM
Very interesting. Roses in the Auburn Rock Creek Elementary school garden were whacked to the ground once in 8 years. Given water occasionally never fertilized or dead headed of flowers and still they always produced beautiful flowers yearly. Found the roses to be hardy producers of pollinator nectar almost year around. Sadly many were removed to make a iris bed.
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