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Wanted: Orange-blooming Roses

Posted by txaggiegirl TX 8b (My Page) on
Wed, Aug 29, 12 at 9:01

Looking for roses that bloom orange, yellow-orange, red-orange, apricot, etc...climbers, shrubs, miniatures welcome, but prefer Old Garden, Historic, Hardy or Own-root roses. Possibilities include Abraham Darby, Ambridge Rose, Benjamin Britten, Frontier Twirl, Granada, Pat Austin or Shreveport, but looking for any rose that blooms in orange.

Prefer rooted-cuttings or small plants, but will consider trading plants for cuttings. I have an extensive listing of Old Garden Roses for trade, well-rooted in quart, one-gal, and two-gal containers.

Sorry, but the list here is woefully outdated. If you wish to trade, please contact me for full listing of available roses.

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RE: Wanted: Orange-blooming Roses

  • Posted by seil z6b MI (My Page) on
    Sat, Sep 29, 12 at 18:47

Many of the roses you list are still under patent and it's illegal to propagate them. And it's way too late in the season for me to take cuttings. May and June are the best months for me to take cuttings.

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