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  • And the only drawback to climbing roses is their bare legs; I use their woody-stemmed canes as living supports for loose-limbed, delicate vines such as clematis, love-in-a-puff and sweet peas or I plant perennials or shrubs in front of them.

    Suzy Bales: Up, Up and Away With Climbing Roses (PHOTOS)


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  • Species of Cardiospermum in the soapberry family (Sapindaceae). Put some of this in your pipe and pass it 'round.

    September 17, 2009