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Wanted Cemetery Rose cuttings

Posted by cliviajohn z7NY (My Page) on
Sun, Aug 26, 07 at 22:47

Hello,

I read an interesting article about cemetery roses. I'm interested in cemetery roses because of their hardiness. Does anyone have an antique rose originally collected from a cemetery? Can I have several cuttings? or just an antique heirloom rose from many many years ago? I can pay postage or we can make a trade. PLMK

John


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RE: Wanted Cemetery Rose cuttings

I have one that I have JUST put in a pot to root. See the pictures of it in the gallery under "Name this plant". It's a white large flowered (4-5") climber that has pink buds and turns white when it opens up. I know it is extremely hardy because I watched it all summer, and nobody watered it, even in a heat spell. That's one tough rose. Do you have any rose cuttings to trade? I might send you mine if you send me a rose I don't have.


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