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Searching for Annie Laurie McDowell

Posted by justkristy 8TX (My Page) on
Thu, Apr 3, 14 at 7:55

I would gladly pay shipping for cuttings of this rose. Can't seem to find it from any vendors. Thanks!

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RE: Searching for Annie Laurie McDowell

  • Posted by seil z6b MI (My Page) on
    Fri, Apr 4, 14 at 11:19

The only place I know of that had it was Angel Gardens and they're out of stock. You might want to contact them and see if they have any left over or if they are planning on restocking it and put your name on a waiting list.

RE: Searching for Annie Laurie McDowell

Kim Rupert, the breeder of Annie Laurie McDowell hand-delivered propagation material to Burling Leong of Burlington Roses. Burling needs to grow them on, but will have the plants to send by summer. You can email her and get on the waiting list at

I'm on that list. It is a wonderful rose and worth the wait.

This post was edited by jasminerose4u on Mon, Apr 7, 14 at 1:03

RE: Searching for Annie Laurie McDowell

I sent a large Priority box of cuttings to Heirloom last fall. I haven't heard how they're progressing yet. Material has been delivered to Burlington and material will be delivered to Long Ago in a few weeks. It's early for anyone to have any available. It takes a number of weeks to root cuttings, then many more for them to mature to the point of being retail worthy. Please be patient. This rose will be available this year. Kim

RE: Searching for Annie Laurie McDowell

Thanks guys!

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