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  • edhelkaedhelka GwyneddPosts: 2,003
    @Marlorena It's my grandmother and she is getting old to be able to do what she was used to. It's now more about a pot here and there and losing the battle with weeds in her small garden... not enough space and energy for a big rose.
    Interestingly, I actually bought a rose for my mother who has a huge garden. She dislikes roses because they are thorny and I bought her a rugosa :) I am evil. But it's a special one - 'Snowdon' - because she visited us this year and we climbed Snowdon in ugly weather :) so it's for the memory. And she can plant it in some corner of her big garden and forget it. It's on its way somewhere in the postal system at the moment.
  • MarlorenaMarlorena East AngliaPosts: 5,493
    whoops.. sorry I misread... yes your grandmother... oh well.. I'm pleased you got a rose for your mother and a good one for sentimental reasons... perhaps she can get to like it a bit...   it was nice of you to do that, and to think of your grandmother too....
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