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HAVE: 2 white roses for Issaquah exchange

Posted by cathay z8WA (My Page) on
Wed, Aug 31, 05 at 10:34

These are shrub roses with single white flowers. They don't bloom well for me, probably because I don't have enough sun. I bought them from Jackson and Perkins several years ago. I don't remember their name.

Teresa, could you send me directions to the plant exchange?

thanks much
Cathay


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RE: HAVE: 2 white roses for Issaquah exchange

Would you be interested in 3 non-hardy geraniums? They are pink and white in color (ie each flower is both pink and white). They are pretty, but I only like hardy geraniums. I would trade these for other plants from your list too.


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RE: HAVE: 2 white roses for Issaquah exchange

Coud these be 'Iceberg' roses?

I would trade for one for my daughter.

I'll have to post a trade list, I have lots of plants like helebores, trycirtis, chelone, euphorbia, hardy geraniums etc.


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RE: HAVE: 2 white roses for Issaquah exchange

Plantknitter, these are single flowering, and Iceberg is a double rose. Besides, I have two daughters of my own and one on loan (a foreign exchange student) and I don't need yours, thanks anyway.
Cathy


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RE: HAVE: 2 white roses for Issaquah exchange

My 'Iceberg' is not a complete double. It is somewhere between a true double and a single.
And I believe I said I would trade FOR one for my daughter.
But if you do not want to wait for my trade list--whatever.


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RE: HAVE: 2 white roses for Issaquah exchange

Plantknitter, it was a joke, I know you didn't really mean you wanted to trade your daughter for a rose. Although there are times when I would have considered trading one of my teenagers for something that made a lot less mess and noise!
I'll take a look at your trade list and let you know if there is anything I'm interested in on it.


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