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Lucifer was not going to be defeated by that. So he let vapour condense and carefully collected the precious water which he trickled drop by drop onto the small seed. Lucifer applied himself to the task of making this small seed germinate. The plant climbed up towards the light and matured into a strong climbing rose. With endless patience Lucifer waited until the rose had grown nearly so high that it reached the edge of the world.

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Freedom was just a breath away! Lucifer was a little too hasty though.

The banished angel climbed right up to the top, but the rose had not grown quite high enough. However hard he tried to jump up and reach out from the uppermost prickle, still the edge of the world remained just beyond his grasp.

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Finally, overwhelmed by his impotence, Lucifer ranted and raved….. He lost his footing on the prickles and slid right back down into the depths of hell, covered in scratches from top to toe. Probably that is where he is right now, as we speak, sulking over his fate.


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Roses do not have thorns, but prickles! A thorn is a sort of twig with a sharp point joined up to the inside of a twig like the blackthorn. A prickle, by contrast, is a growth in the bark or outer surface and can easily be removed without this damaging the twig.


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    • Previous Why poplars rattle Next Why owls live by night and fly without making a sound However it is such a beauty that I cut it back to young shoots about six feet long so it can have another lease of life for a few more years. I grow a deep red Dublin Bay on my south wall of the house and it flowers all summer from ground to 12 feet tall making a spectacular show, but unfortunately it has no scent.

      Another shrub rose I converted to a climber is the pink scented Gertrude Jekyll which never lets you down. It gets a wee bit of mildew, but nothing severe and greenfly can be a problem, but a couple of insecticide sprays sorts them out. It is a real show stopper on the house wall on our patio. Another of my favourite shrub roses, Ispahan has quite disease free foliage and is a mass of old English pink flowers in summer, but it can grow 10 feet tall so either keep it pruned or if you have the space let it grow naturally.

      Bush varieties are numerous in all colours and dependable varieties include the pinks Dearest and Myriam, the red scented E H Morse, the bicolors Piccadilly and Rose Gaujard, the golden yellow Arthur Bell and Julie Goodyear if it exists , and my best orange is Dawn Chorus. Roses are propagated commercially by budding, but the home gardener can propagate roses with hardwood cuttings about nine inches long, taken in the dormant season and lined out six inches apart with half the cutting buried in the soil.

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      They should be ready for replanting the following winter. Cultivation Roses grow best on fertile clay soil provided it is well drained. Always dig deep and add plenty of compost as the bushes will last ten or more years. Plant about eighteen inches apart and add some fertilizer in spring to give growth a boost.

      After flowering keep the plant watered and fed to build up bulb strength so it can flower the next year, but it needs a good two months dormant period so slowly dry off in September. Sign up to our Daily newsletter.

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