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Rose Gardens 3

Here are some more rose gardens.


These two adjacent pictures show a long, low wall with old, red cane roses peeping over the top of it.
I think these are Paul's Scarlet roses - the ones that line the property line of Stanford University along El Camino. They are an old rose - not one of your modern day upstarts!  A heavy dose of chicken manure helped recovery.      San Mateo.

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The roses were almost dead and very diseased when we started the garden.We cut them back and removed all of the "black spotted" leaves, leaving only a marginal few which could serve the plant. Within six weeks of the irrigation being installed the roses had sprung new shoots and are now full of buds with a few flowers, as seen here. San Mateo.

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