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wanted: cuttings from roses, prefer named/hardy to zone 4

Posted by bizzarbazzar 3/4 (My Page) on
Thu, Jun 29, 06 at 20:17

I want to plant rose bushes all arount the yard. I am learning how to root cuttings and would love cuttings from someone who has several to spare (after they prune) prefer as many varieties as you have, hardy to zone 4. No color preference. I have a small trade up (see my trade list) as well as catnip and pennyroyal in 3 inch pots. I can even paypal postage if you prefer.

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RE: wanted: cuttings from roses, prefer named/hardy to zone 4

  • Posted by remy 6WNY (My Page) on
    Mon, Jul 3, 06 at 18:12

Hi Heather,
I can send you cuttings of roses. I need to prune. I have:
Hansa(a rugosa)
Prairie Harvest(a buck)
Hawkeye Belle(a buck)
Rose glauca
Darlow's Enigma(shrub)
Belle de Crecy(gallica)
Belle Isis(gallica)
The Fairy(polyantha)
a very hardy climber w/very full old fashion white flowers probably 'Long John Silver'
I that is all of my hardiest roses.
Check my member page in case I forgot something: )
Let me know which you are interested in.
I can mail them to you and you can send me the postage money.

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