I bought two Cecile Brunner climbing rose vines last year. I always wanted one in my garden because they remind me of my mother. Cecile Brunner is a prolific bloomer and can grow to 30 feet tall. Big boy! They are also known as the sweetheart rose. That nickname really does not appeal to me at this time in my life, but let’s move on.
The point I would like to make is I planted each climbing rose in a different location…and…one location was obviously better. Here, you tell me which one seems to work better.
Mmm-hmm, that’s right. Plants, just like real estate values, do better in the right location.
I am hoping when my pathetic Cecile Brunner rose reaches out a little more, it can soak up the sun and start to fill out…and then…I woke up.
If worst comes to worst I’ll have to move it. I have a place in mind, but then I’ll have to dig it up, fill in the hole, dig a hole for it, amend the soil, plant it and attach a drip line.
Oh, why don’t you just grow damn it!