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Wanted: Spotted Roses

Posted by fara_s 5a (My Page) on
Wed, May 9, 07 at 8:51

Hi, all,

Anyone have spotted roses they're willing to trade for (or sell cuttings of?) I'm on a quest to obtain at least one plant of every spotted, speckled or marbled rose I can find. So far I have:

Cramoisi Picotee
"Fa's Marbled Moss" (and twelve offspring which have not yet bloomed)
"Fa's Morning Stars"
Freckles
Ma Ponctuee
Marbree
Rosa arkansana
Song of the Stars

Others I know about are listed below. If anyone has cuttings/suckers of any of these, or any other spotted roses, I would be happy to trade for cuttings (or suckers where available) of any of the non-patented roses on my website (http://shimbopottery.com/roses)

Please help me have too many roses!

A Feuilles Marbrees
A Feuilles et Fleurs Marbrees
Alain Blanchard
Baronne Prevost Marbree
Belle Herminie Punctata (Coquerel)
Belle Herminie Pontuee (Vibert)
Cramoisi Ponctue
Daphne
Duc de Choiseul Ponctue
Esther
Gaillarde Marbree/Noire Couronnee
Hortense Beauharnais/Rose vif ponctuee
Hypathia
La Plus Belle des Ponctuees
Marbree d'Enghien
Marbree Semi-Double (Moss)
Papa Vibert
Pourpre Marbree/Arlequin/Bizarre Changeant
Ponctue (H. perp.)
Ponctuee (Bourbon)
Ponctuee (Moss from Laffay)
Ponctuee Semi-Double
Provins Marbree
Rouge Marbree
Soleil Brilliant
Spotty
Uniforme Marbree
Violette Ponctue


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RE: Wanted: Spotted Roses

Where did yuo get this list from?


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RE: Wanted: Spotted Roses

Fara, you're counting stippling as spotted? Freckles isn't really "spotted" as much as it is stippled. There are about thirteen stippled Buck roses. I only grow Sevilliana out of all the stippled ones now because it's the more fertile and has the greatest stippling. Prairie Lass is stippled, but also very heavily veined in darker pink. You're welcome to cuttings or bud wood of either (or both) if you'd like them. Kim


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