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HAVE: Climbing Pinkie rose

Posted by grassygardener_2008 Zone 7 (My Page) on
Tue, Jul 1, 08 at 10:33

I have a cutting of Climbing pinkie planted last fall. It has now grown into a plant. I expect it to bloom next season. Don't need to trade for anything - but would love some more Goodness grows veronica. Tell me what you have. :)

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RE: HAVE: Climbing Pinkie rose

Hi there, Gardener!

I have a bunch of roses, mostly big climbers..American Pillar, climbing American Beauty, Cramoisi Superieur, Buff Beauty, Mme Alfred Carrierre, Skyrocket, Secret Garden Musk...all cuttings by the way.

I also have a great bearded iris, riverboat blues...

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