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Tea for me & plants...what the?

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  • Perhaps I’ll try a less vigorous variety but their scent is lovely
  • NollieNollie Girona, Catalunya, Northen Spain.Posts: 4,867
    I have the opposite soil, Digging-it, a thin layer of of heavy, compacted (alkaline) clay on rock, so I also need to dig in tonnes of organic matter like manure and compost as well as the tea water to grow roses. Plus DA rose food 2-3 times and fresh ericaceous mulch every year, oh a lot of time deadheading and battling black spot. Despite challenging climate and growing conditions, they are very addictive. Get a few growing well and you will be hooked!
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