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November 30, 2006


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Heh. We have a lot of roses, too. When we bought this house, there were 120 rose plants in the yard. The former owner was a Portland Royal Rosarian. Some of the plants were worth a lot of money, apparently. The problem was that there was no detailed inventory. We had no idea which plants were valuable and which were common. And we didn't want 120 rose bushes. We held a work day and invited friends and family to come dig out whatever they wanted. We still have 60 rose bushes, which my wife tends, and that's plenty. Too much, actually.

Growing your own plants of any sort is a great low-cost hobby that can produce wonderful benefits.

You have 60 rose bushes????!!!!!

I'm so envious!!!!! ;-)

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