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WANTED: Wanted: Non-patented Austin rose cuttings.

Posted by tkopari Z4 MN (My Page) on
Thu, Jun 23, 11 at 11:39

Several Austin Roses had their patents expire this year. Here's a list of those that I'd like to trade for:

Brother Cadfael
Buttercup
Carding Mill
Charles Austin
Charles Rennie MacIntosh
Chaucer
Chianti
Claire Rose
Country Living
Evelyn
Fair Bianca
Financial Times Centenary
Glamis Castle
Golden Celebration
Jayne Austin
L.D. Braithwaite
Mary Rose
Redoute'
St. Cecelia
Sharifa Asma
Sir Edward Elgar
Sweet Juliet
The Dark Lady
The Pilgrim
Winchester Cathedral

I have cuttings of Abraham Darby (Austin), Amazing Grace (HT - Cocker 1992, Graham Thomas (Austin) and Music Maker (Buck).

Thanks!

Tony


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RE: WANTED: Wanted: Non-patented Austin rose cuttings.

I grow Chaucer. It had a hard winter and is now rebuilding itself, so I'm not sure I'll have a rooted cutting this fall. I do have lots of gallicas, mosses, and albas, plus Rose de Resht, and Souvenir Dr Jamain. All of these should have rooted cuttings this fall. If any of those interest you, I'd be interested in a rooted cutting of Abraham Darby and Amazing Grace.

How do i give you my email, without the spammers getting it too?


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RE: WANTED: Wanted: Non-patented Austin rose cuttings.

HI, i don't have any on your list but i have cuttings of: Tamora and Pat Austin.

I would love cuttings of Amazing Grace and Music Maker.

I also have cuttings of Tiffany, very easy to root HT.


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