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HAVE: Books and Cuttings

Posted by paintergurl 5 CO (My Page) on
Mon, Mar 27, 06 at 16:04

Hi all,

I'm not new at roses, although my present garden is only a couple of years old. I'd love to trade for cuttings or rooted cuttings...I don't have much to trade at the moment in terms of rooted cuttings (see below), but I can try to root some things for you if you'd like. I also have some non-plant items available for trade. I know it's a little early in the season here in Z5, but I'd like to at least get some trades set up for the warmer months :)

What I have in Trade:

Rose cuttings I'm trying this year (I have about a 50% strike rate):
-John Cabot
-Sidonie
-Austrian Copper
-Jacques Cartier
-Mme de la Roche Lambert
-Desiree Parmentier
-Harison's Yellow
-Cardinal de Richlieu
-Tuscany Superb
-Persian Yellow

Other plants available this summer (rooted cuttings):
-lavender
-nepetea (2 varieties)
-Santolina
-Agastache (several varieties)
-Epiphyllum 'White Splendor'
-Maximillian's Sunflower (divisions avail)
-Caryopteris (Blue Mist Spirea)
-Penstemon x mexicali
-Possibly some babies of Penstemon virens and Penstemon strictus

Books I have to trade:

-Garden Pools and Fountains (Ortho, softcover)
-Landscapiing with Stone (Sunset, softcover)
-Indoor Water Features (Walter Garden Handbooks)
-Bird Gardens (Better Homes and Gardens, softcover)
-Roses love Garlic (Louise Riotte, softcover)
-A Gardener's Directory of Orchids (Rittershausen, softcover)
-Country Diary of an Edwardian Lady (softcover)
-9"x12" Canson Field Sketchbook (brand new, hardcover, spiral binding)

I'm open to almost anything Z5 hardy (especially stripes), but these are the ones that come to mind first...

Wish List:

-Albas - any
-Alain Blanchard
-Botzaris
-Centifolias - any
-Comte de Chambord
-Crested Moss
-Indigo (damask)
-Marie Louise
-Rose de Rescht
-Rose du Roi
-Stanwell Perpetual
-Gallicas - almost any and all, specifically:
+Brooks Purple
+Charles de Mills
+Duc de Guiche
+Duchesse de Montebello
+Gloire de France
+Hippolyte
+La Belle Sultane
+Mecene
+Orpheline de Juliette
+Tricolore de Flandre
-Moss - any
-Rugosas - almost any

I'm also looking for interesting daylilies and bearded iris...

Please PM me or e-mail nancy @mtngoatstudios.com (remove the space between "nancy" and @)

Thanks!!!

Nancy


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RE: HAVE: Books and Cuttings

Interested in your roses .Did you get any of your cuttings to root? LMK and I will send list of what I have to offer
Glenna


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RE: HAVE: Books and Cuttings

e-mail me if your cuttings root or if you want to trade some cuttings of what you have listed,do you have the actual roses listed in your garden? I have several of the roses you want but I don't have any rooted they would be cuttings...I have other roses too...if it's cuttings I'd rather trade in the fall on hardwood...:-)


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RE: HAVE: Books and Cuttings

I'm still working on rooting cuttings. Yes, these are my roses. I'll repost when cuttings are safe to ship.

BTW, Austrian Copper got nailed by gophers before I could get cuttings, so that one won't be available this year :(

Nancy


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