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Old June 6th, 2011, 08:42 PM
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Yes they were, pretty much right on top and growing around the rose base. The bindweed roots were easy to spot so I hope I discarded them from the rose union.

So far, no new bindweed growth has appeared around the rose transplant. New growth on the roses but no bindweed spotted, yet.

Rose bushes are very, very sentimental and would hate to lose them to a smothering stupid weed.
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