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WANTED: Dorothy Perkins

Posted by collinw 7b (My Page) on
Tue, May 1, 07 at 23:16

I have several 1 year old plants of Dorothy Perkins that are in 6 in pots. They are about 16" long and are even setting a few buds. I would like to trade for Old Garden Roses, especially chinas or teas.

I also have a rooted cutting of a rambler from a friends yard that I am pretty sure is Excelsa or Red Dorothy Perkins. It is about 7-8 months old and is in a 5" pot.

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RE: WANTED: Dorothy Perkins

I can give you a cutting from my Peace for either of the Dorothy Perkins. I could add a Minute Man Hosta. I have wanted a Dorothy Perkins Rose bush since forever. My grandmother had a red one and it would be covered with roses. I am sorry, I have nothing else to trade.

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