Multi flora rose?

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  1. Native Hunter

    Native Hunter Well-Known Member

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    I've got MFR growing in a swamp on my on property, very soggy soil conditions. The stuff is very adaptable to conditions.
     
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    Way to crush my hope for a not so negative outcome! LOL

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    Rather than to continue to pile on and tell you.....well, never mind. I shall remain silent until leaves leaf and flowers burst forth. Then, I will declare a winner! And what kind of Virginia produced goodies would you like? PM me an address so I may be prepared. I'm not declaring defeat, only a tactical retreat! When the student is ready, the teacher will (re) appear!
     
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    I love when they pose like that, you can about blow them in half with a 45-70 or bigger.
     
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    Updated pics fellas.
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    Sure looks like every MFR I’ve ever killed.
     
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    yep
     
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    Yea like I said from the start it’s MFR!!


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    I grew up hunting Southern Chester County and you 100 percent correct. Cant count have many thickets I've had to crawl through as a kid.
     
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    I've also dragged many a deer out of MFR mixed with other briars in So.Chester county. A great place to hunt with loads of big deer, but you know it's going to be a long night when you shoot one right before dark and it runs into the swamp full of MFR. You wade through that stuff in blue jeans your legs will carry scars for a week.
     
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    Virginia is renowned for their country smoked hams...
     
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    "Yea like I said from the start" Not a thorn to be found on this proud specimen.

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    It's neighbors were typical.

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    After spreading everything but my clover

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    through the roses and blackberries I was covered in blood looking like something out of a Hellraiser movie when good neighbor Adam showed up on the hill top for a visit. He didn't say anything but I think that I left an impression.

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    Lemme see what I can find!
     
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    My mouth is watering! The best ham I ever had was in Virginia. And southern hospitality is something that us northerners could learn from.
     
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    MFR, no doubt about it. I have a bunch of it.
    The stuff is dying out here and there, though. It's not as bad as it used to be. I think that disease may be starting to creek in around here.
     
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    Some of you guys have Fake MFR. No thorns ? Give me a break. Takes real men to wade thru this stuff!!!
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