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Where Can I buy These Roses

Posted by Rose_Naa California (My Page) on
Wed, Dec 29, 10 at 0:42

Does anyone know where I can buy Oyster Pearl, Jardin Debagatelle Roses? Thanks in Advance


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RE: Where Can I buy These Roses

Good luck finding Oyster Pearl, I have been looking for that rose for years. My mom has 3 Oyster Pearl tree standards that she purchased at a nursery in Rancho Mirage, Calif. It is a beautiful rose and I would love to have a Hybird tea but, I have had no luck finding one. If you locate some I would appreciate it so much if you could let me know where you found them. I have searched a ton of rose vendors online and Helpmefind.com and came up with nothing.
Good Luck,
Carrie


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RE: Where Can I buy These Roses

Here's what I found. Hope this helps
Arena Rose Co.'s Catalog 2000 says Oyster Pearl is a beautiful rose that originated in Zimbabwe. Its pale cream-pink petals are dusted with a blush of deep pearl pink that emerges from the center.


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RE: Where Can I buy These Roses

I pulled out the latest edition of the Combined Rose List. Oyster Pearl is only listed in a nursery in India and one in South Africa.

Carrie, if your mom has Oyster Pearl as standards, take cuttings and root a shrub for yourself! I have instructions on my web site for one way to do it that has a good record of success.

Connie

Here is a link that might be useful: click on How To.


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RE: Where Can I buy These Roses

Thanks Connie for that info. I never thought about doing that. I have tried to root some cuttings off of another rose a few years ago and it did not work out but, I think I will try it again. I want this rose so bad that I am willing to try it again.
Thanks for the idea.
Carrie


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