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Old Garden Rose Cuttings...

Posted by txaggiegirl TX 8b (My Page) on
Tue, May 22, 12 at 10:58

I have an Old Garden Rose that is ready to be trimmed. The original cutting is from the Kew Gardens. The sketchy records have no name for it, but have dated it to 1600s. It is principally a spring bloomer and red, single blooms cover 12' spans each March to April...there is some fall blooming, but it is secondary. The rose could be used as a pillar, arbor, or fence-covering addition to the landscape.

I will share cuttings for postage reimbursement, plants that I do not have, and/or cuttings of miniature roses or hardy hibiscus that I do not have.

Please contact directly...haven't updated this listing...


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RE: Old Garden Rose Cuttings...

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RE: Old Garden Rose Cuttings...

would love to share cuttings/small plants for some of yours. i have: archduke charles, cecile bruner, la marne, lady hillingdon, louis phillipe, red cascade, clotilde soupert (cl)


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