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Topic: Roses in Az (7 msgs / 103 lines)
1) From: Michael Mccandless
The roses used to be puny & dried up before even opening.
I've been feeding them an exclusive diet on used SM coffee grounds,
along with a few errant roasts.
(Now 3 - 5 inches deep)
Roses 
McSparky
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2) From: Barry Luterman
Works beautifully. When I lived in Reno I had some beautiful black roses
that I fed with coffee.They won 3 rd place one year and I know it was the
coffee that did it
On Thu, Apr 17, 2008 at 10:09 AM, Michael Mccandless 
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3) From: Kris McN
Beautiful!
Yeah, roses like the soil pH to be a little low, so you probably helped it
in that direction with the addition of the coffee grounds.
I bet they smell fantastic!
Kris McN
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4) From: Barry Luterman
Kris it really seems to work best in a desert invironment. I have used it
for years but had the best results in Nevada. The pictures are from Arizona
On Thu, Apr 17, 2008 at 10:17 AM, Kris McN  wrote:
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5) From: Bill
Good lookin roses, McSparky!  I agree with Kris, I bet those smell
amazing...
perhaps "liquid rose" instead of liquid amber...  or a particularly floral
"rose blend"... we'll see what codger's roost comes up with!
bill
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6) From: Michael Dhabolt
if you have any Rhodis' or Azaleas', grounds and/or bad roasts (gifts
from well wishers who don't really understand) is absolutely amazing.
Mike (just plain)
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7) From: raymanowen
"I bet they smell fantastic!"
I personally wouldn't hazard a guess- Y' know the stuff they often use to
enhance plant growth- doesn't contribute much to the final fragrance. Ach,
dank Himmel!
Cheers, Mabuhay -RayO, aka Opa!
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