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Summer Fashion

Posted by herbsroses 5 (My Page) on
Fri, Sep 22, 06 at 19:17

We grew Summer Fashion for a number of years and it became our favorite. I am developing a formal rose garden which can not be complete without Summer Fashion. I contacted J & P and they no longer propigate it. Is there anyone who knows where I can find bare root or cuttings. I will pay in $ and/or blood.


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RE: Summer Fashion

i found it at countryside roses...

www.countrysideroses.com

$10.95....you can't beat the price..i've ordered from them, good roses.


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RE: Summer Fashion

Lisa does not have this. That was a mistake. No one really sells this any longer, which is a shame. You can send me an email, and I will see what I can do. I have a few of these, but they are spoken for right now. I got mine as unrooted cuttings from UCal-Davis, and rooted myself.

Here is a link that might be useful: FPS program at UC-Davis


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RE: Summer Fashion

Please find us a Summer Fashion Floribunda Rose... Thanks


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RE: Summer Fashion

  • Posted by seil z6 MI (My Page) on
    Sat, Nov 19, 11 at 20:13

Palatine and Hortico both had it at one time a few years ago. If they still have a mother plant they may be able to get you one. Call and talk to them. Also check under it's alternate name of Arc de Triomphe. I got mine at Hortico the year before Palatine offered it. Should have waited one more year because my Hortico plant isn't very good. I'm hoping that it's new location will encourage a little more growth and bloom on it.


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RE: Summer Fashion

Old thread I know... but Palatine roses has this, they are now sold out currently - although they do carry it, for future reference.


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