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As a comment about Rose (Rosa 'Julie Link'), Calif_Sue wrote:

So far, this rose has gotten rust pretty bad 3 X this year, I have stripped the leaves each time. It is still in a pot so it may be better once it's in the ground and not under such stress. It's such a pretty thing though, I hate to have to make a decision to shovel prune it if the problem continues.
Name: Evey Blalock
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Jun 1, 2013 10:36 PM CST
Did yours improve after you put it in the ground? You probably don't remember, but we purchased this one at the same time. Mine has been in the ground and typically is pretty healthy... comparable to all of the others, with the same issues that affect all roses in our heat and humidity. I was just wondering how yours was performing now.

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Jun 1, 2013 10:50 PM CST

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Hi Evey! Nice to see you here again! yes I do remember our ordering the same time, wasn't our orders switched?

I had it in the ground for almost a year and gave up, it looked bad all the time so it finally got dumped. I have enough other roses that do much better to take the place of poorly performing ones. I loved the blooms so it was too bad it didn't improve for me.
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