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WANTED: Red Cascading Rose - Raleigh Plant Swap

Posted by jdbheartease 7-NC (My Page) on
Sun, Oct 20, 13 at 19:32

Hello,

Does anyone have a red cascading rose that will be attending the Raleigh Spring 2014 Plant Swap or lives in the Winston-Salem area? If so, I'd like to get a plant from you. Please check my plant trade list to see what you would like to swap for. Thanks, way in advance.


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RE: WANTED: Red Cascading Rose - Raleigh Plant Swap

Hi jdbheartease!
I have 3 red cascade roses that have almost formed a hedge. When I planted them in March 2011, they were about 6" tall, and now they have grown up a 3' metal support and cascade down another 6-8 feet. Other than putting in the supports, they have been completely care free! I will look for baby plants for you and let you know what I find. Email me a reminder please!
Jeri


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RE: WANTED: Red Cascading Rose - Raleigh Plant Swap

Hi Jeri,

I would love a baby plant if you have one. I was in Georgia a couple of weeks ago and saw this rose for the first time and fell in love with in.

As swap time gets nearer, I'll e-mail you. Btw, the Japanese Maple I got from you at the last swap is doing great!
Judy


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