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Princess de Monaco WANTED

Posted by chefkg 6 (My Page) on
Sun, Mar 14, 10 at 8:43

Yet another tragedy of this economy were my roses. I had to sell my home 2 years ago to downsize and leave behind the 8 Princess de Monaco rose bushes I bought the 1990s. Now that I'm settled in my new home, I thought I'd contact the people who bought my old house and see if I could get some cuttings to move to my new home. To my dismay, they decided to compeltely renovate the yard and tore out and discarded the roses! I forgot how expensive these bushes are! Can anyone help me with some donated cuttings for my new home?
Reading PA

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RE: Princess de Monaco WANTED

I have extra, I thought it was still under patent but I guess it isn't. I have some under my misters, can not say if they will root. But I can send cuttings whenever.

RE: Princess de Monaco WANTED

When is the time to root antique roses and how do you do it?

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