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Hi cassandrascott24 Thank you, as the roots of the plant are on the outside we just trained it through the trellis so just the beautiful flowers stay under. It protects them from rain so I have found they last much longer and the scent is beautiful and more concentrated underneath. The same with the roses when they finally arrive!

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SH Even better then. Deeeelightful

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Hi Lynn Redfern, I attached mine to the house and fence using bungee staps from halfords, it looks great! with the bungee straps its also easy to just unclip if it rains.

Can i just say, my heart skipped a beat when i saw your name, as my step-mum was Lynn Redfern, who we sadly lost late last year. I do hope this doesnt affend you, i just had to mention it as Redfern isnt a very common name.


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