roseseekSeptember 16, 2011

A little while back, someone asked about buying rose seed and I suggested they contact other rose growers to make sure they got rose seed instead of who knows what. The person asked if I sent seed for postage and now I can't find the thread.

I have some extra open pollinated hips from mostly minis, polyanthas, a shrub or two and two climbing seedlings I am willing to mail for the cost of postage. These are raw hips, not cleaned seed, so you'd need to clean them yourself. I have far too many hips resulting from my crosses the blamed squirrels didn't eat before I harvested them to keep me busy for a while!

Please let me know if you're interested and I'll be happy to email you the list of varieties. You may feel free to either post here or email me through GW as I accept emails through the system. Many are ones and twos (squirrels again!), some are more like a handful. Thanks. Kim

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seil zone 6b MI

Thanks, Kim, email on it's way!

    Bookmark   September 17, 2011 at 11:41AM
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Got it! Thanks, Seil. I'm honestly a bit surprised how many people have responded. Saves me the temptation to plant OP seed from those I'd be interested seeing what they'd make! Thanks. Kim

    Bookmark   September 17, 2011 at 1:35PM
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