In an earlier entry, I showed how I'd rooted a flower cluster, the type of growth quite often disparaged for propagation as it supposedly doesn't contain growth buds. This is what that bloom cluster of Shadow Dancer looked like today, not quite a year since it rooted, when I planted it in the yard.
The actual flowering part is to the right, the new cane, in all its thorny glory, is the one on the left.
That's a two gallon nursery can it's planted in.
Not bad growth from a less than a year old rooted plant, particularly from growth most often dismissed as unsuitable for propagation.
The "terrace" down hill is for seedlings and the ever-present alyssum. The stuff grows like fire, but nothing eats it and it keeps the other weeds down. The wire basket is to inhibit the mole I haven't yet been able to send to his reward.