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HAVE: Crepuscule Cuttings and Hosta Seeds

Posted by sandlapper_rose z7B-8A SC (My Page) on
Fri, Oct 20, 06 at 11:55

I just took cuttings from my Crepuscule rose bush and have some cuttings to trade if anyone is interested. You will get six cuttings (all from Crepuscule.) Also, I have seeds from a solid green hosta (variety unknown but these have been very healthy, reliable plants.)
Anyway, for either of these ... or check my trade list... will work out something with responsible GardenWeb members.
Let me know.


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RE: HAVE: Crepuscule Cuttings and Hosta Seeds

I would be interested--this is a lovely rose. I could trade you any/a mixture of the following: heirloom tomato seeds (several varieties), rooted hydrangea (unknown variety, white annabelle mophead type), Josephs Coat rose cuttings, rooted, one year old 'Rosa Mulligani' Mulligans Rose (a lovely white climber). Various and assorted seeds which I can detail if you are interested, both vegetable and flower. Just let me know if anything looks appealing, Thanks!


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RE: HAVE: Crepuscule Cuttings and Hosta Seeds

I have cuttings from 'New Dawn' climbing rose, a dark pink climbing rose, light pink climbing rose, Chrysler Imperial and couple of antique roses. PLMK if you would be interested.Would love to trade for Crepuscule Cuttings. Thanks.


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RE: HAVE: Crepuscule Cuttings and Hosta Seeds

If you read this after today, I am no longer able to trade these cuttings, but will be happy to keep in touch about possibly trading some around mid-Feb. when I prune the rose bush again.


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