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Nor'East + Sequoia

Posted by jmac_2008 6b (My Page) on
Sun, Oct 26, 08 at 10:37

I just visited the Nor'East Miniature Roses website ( and noticed a "Ralph Moore" link to the left of the homepage. It seems that Nor-East has added Ralph Moore (Sequoia Nursery) roses to its inventory. This is good news following Sequoia Nursery's closing in April 2008. I believe the transition is ongoing because most of the photos for the Sequoia Nursery plants have not been posted yet. However, the plant information is shown and you can place orders. The Sequoia Nursery roses have not been sorted into color or plant type categories yet, but I hope this will happen for easier navigation.

Nor'East had an extensive inventory before, and now it's huge. The Sequoia Nursery collection is mostly miniature roses, but it includes several micro minis, mini mosses, HALO miniatures, miniature climbers, floribundas, shrubs, hybrid rugosas, and others. So many choices!

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RE: Nor'East + Sequoia

Then there is you can look up Mr. Moore's roses by going to Sequoia's site which is still open for reference, if you're not familiar with those roses.

Here is a link that might be useful: Sequoia

RE: Nor'East + Sequoia

As well if you have questions about which Moore roses they intend to carry or have but just aren't ready for sale you can just call them. I've done so several times since Sequoia closed and the people at Nor'east have been helpful and patient with my many questions.


RE: Nor'East + Sequoia

It is great that Ralph Moore's legacy with miniature roses will continue. There are other great nurseries that carry many his roses (I have 'Blue Mist' on order from Ashdown Roses) but it looks like Nor'East will be offering the vast majority of them.

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