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HAVE: Rose seeds

Posted by aquawise zone 4 Utah (My Page) on
Mon, Dec 20, 10 at 21:17

I have seeds from my 100 year old Damask rose, I have a large collection of mini roses, I have saved seeds from these~ 1 trade, I have seeds from a red flowering hedge type rose that blooms till the frost stops it~ 3 trades. If any of these catch your fancy, LMK.
A link to my garden below!

Here is a link that might be useful: trade list


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RE: HAVE: Rose seeds

Hi, I know your post is kind of old, but I'm really interested in your Damask Rose seeds. My parents live on the family farm that has been in our family for generations and we have some roses that are well over 100 years old also but unfortunately, I don't know any of the names of them. I have some cuttings that are rooting that are a small double pink rose, not a climber, but the old bush on the farm is around 6 or 7 feet tall and blooms very good every year with no care. If you're interested in this rose, I can send you a picture of it and also please check out my trade list to see if I have anything there you'd be interested in. Thanks, Joel.

Here is a link that might be useful: Joel's Trade List


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