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Have several rooted Queen Elizabeth cuttings

Posted by gr8heather 6b (My Page) on
Wed, Feb 27, 13 at 15:51

Once it warms up this spring, I'd love to trade for other rooted cuttings. My cuttings have been growing under lights for 4-6 months, so most are quite well established. I have around 12 of these.

I'd like to trade for multicolored roses ( I love striped roses!), uniquely colored roses, or roses with a high petal count. Let me know what you have!

I'd also consider trading for non-rooted cuttings, if you were able to offer several different varieties.

Still have a few left, Shipped some this week and they did very well. Hoping to trade & ship before it gets too hot.



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Here is a link that might be useful: Queen Elizabeth

This post was edited by gr8heather on Thu, Apr 4, 13 at 18:14


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RE: Have several rooted Queen Elizabeth cuttings

Would you be interested in trading for cuttings of royal highness. I've never rooted rose cuttings myself, will try this year.

I bought royal highness only last year from a end of season sale. There were very few flowers before it went dormant for the winter. so don't have much feedback on how the plant does. The blooms are very pretty blush and full of petals.

pebbles


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RE: Have several rooted Queen Elizabeth cuttings

pebble09,
If I were to trade for cuttings, I would prefer to trade for several different varieties, preferably ones that were bi-colored. It's just that these took so long to root, I'd really like the trade to be something that really catches my eye.
Thanks!


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RE: Have several rooted Queen Elizabeth cuttings

They are growing like crazy

This post was edited by gr8heather on Thu, Apr 4, 13 at 18:05


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Added some more pictures to the original post.


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RE: Have several rooted Queen Elizabeth cuttings

Could u please explain me the procedure and what kind of soil did u use to root the rose
Thank you


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RE: Have several rooted Queen Elizabeth cuttings

Hi remy101, you asked me about my process on a previous thread a while ago, and I explained there. Here is the link:

Here is a link that might be useful: Rooting process


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RE: Have several rooted Queen Elizabeth cuttings

Than you so much gr8heather


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RE: Have several rooted Queen Elizabeth cuttings

Heather
Thanks for the healthy, robust plant!

It seems to be happy in its new home in the South.

I enjoyed trading with you. Looking forward to more trades in the future.

Susie


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Awesome! I am glad it did well! I look forward to future trades too :)


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