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Rooted rose cuttings-- available

Posted by danty z9CA (My Page) on
Sun, Oct 21, 12 at 20:14

It has been a late but very productive season for me.
After going a few years without propagating any roses I got back into it this year.

I have a new system that is much simpler to do and produces high quality plants in a relatively short period of time.

Here's a list off the top of my head of the ones I have:
ABRACADABRA (Warriner)
ALFIE
ANNE HARKNESS
BEE'S KNEES
CANDY CANE
INTERNATIONAL HERALD TRIBUNE
LAVENDER CRYSTAL
LYDA ROSE
MARGOT KOSTER
SIMON ROBINSON
SWEET CHARIOT
THE IMPRESSIONIST

All I ask is that the shipping costs are paid for -- if you don't have any roses to trade.

Danty
THE GIFT


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  • Posted by TNY78 7a-East TN (My Page) on
    Mon, Oct 22, 12 at 16:53

Dan, I would love to add any of these to my collection:

The Gift
Ann Harkness
Simon Robinson
Sweet Chariot

I would be happy to pay shipping or I have a rooted plant of Greensleeves which blackspots badly here so I can't grow it and also Chihuly. I can do cuttings in spring since we've already had a couple of frosts I don't want you to get weakened cuttings...

Tammy


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What system do you use. I have 38 roses and many of my neighbors would love to have a new own root rose. Plus then I could off them here on the exchange My roses are purple. lavender. orange and peach colored. I would really appreciate any input/info that you have, as so far my cuttings are not very successful Thank You, LaDona


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Sending email directly...


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Hi Danty!

I also send an email directly! Thank you for your generosity!

Best,
SeanPez


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and I would like to get some of your roses, if it is not very late yet ;)


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My cuttings seem to be a hit and miss affair also! Sometimes out of 10+ cuttings I might get one or two. The next time I may be more successful. Just can't figure out why one time they root good and the next time so bad. Any info would be greatly appreciated. I know this time of the year is supposed to be agood time.


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Hello oldcrafty,
I have a pretty consistent method I have worked out to root roses.
I plan to make up a video tutorial about it.
That could take me a while.

When it is complete I will post a link to it on this forum.

Danty


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Thanks Danty.....I'll be watching!


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Hi Danty: I would like to trade cuttings with you. My HMF account is "Chicago IL 5a". I'm interested in your cuttings of International Herald Tribune, Lavender Crystal, Sweet Chariot, and the Impressionist.

Thanks for your future instructions on rooting. I'm not sure what rooting medium is best in my humid and rainy weather.


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Hi Strawberryhill,

Yes, I would be happy to trade roses with you.

I need to check all of the varieties you listed.
I think I have one plant left of each: INTERNATIONAL HERALD TRIBUNE and THE IMPRESSIONIST.

The LAVENDER CRYSTAL rooted cuttings are still several weeks away from being ready to ship -- but I can tag one for you if I have enough.

All my SWEET CHARIOT rooted cuttings are gone for this season.

I will also send you this message on HMF just in case.

Do you have cuttings to trade?
Or would you be paying the cost of postage?

Dan


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Hi Dan.

I am interested in the following cuttings if you still have them available:

ALFIE
ANNE HARKNESS
BEE'S KNEES
LAVENDER CRYSTAL
MARGOT KOSTER
SIMON ROBINSON
THE IMPRESSIONIST

I can only offer to pay shipping as I don't have anything to trade unfortunately.

Sincerely,
Kate


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Dan

I would love International Herald Tribune

I doubt I have anything of interest to trade but am more than willing to pay for postage and am in Santa Barbara


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Alfie too

Thanks


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Kippy,
Here is my e-mail address so we can exchange messages more easily: profloran@roadrunner.com

Danty


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Sorry I missed this til today Danty, will send you an email now


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I love my new little babies and they seem happy in our little green house!

Thank you Danty!


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My little IHT hid a second little bud and I gave it to us as a Christmas Eve gift. I am going to have to check all over and see if it has anymore little buds hiding...want to see it put energy in to growing right now instead.

Thanks DanTy


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Is it too late to send these? Will they freeze in the mail? I have lots of rooted cuttings to trade, myself.


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Hello, I would love any you could send me for SASE. Please and thank you, Teri


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Hello Teri,
I don't send out unrooted cuttings.
Only rooted ones -- which are actually small rose plants.

So they won't fit into a SASE.

What I ask is that I get compensated for the shipping costs.
That runs anywhere between $6.00 to around $13.00 depending on the destination and number of plants sent.

I suggest you contact me directly at my e-mail address if you are still interested: profloran@roadrunner.com

Also, it is mid-Winter.
If you live in a cold weather part of the country you might want to wait until Spring as most of my rose trading friends are doing.

Let me know.

Dan


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Dear Dan,

Would you please consider adding me to a list for "Anne Harkness" and/or "The Lavender Crystal" when such cuttings become available?

I am a novice working towards own root cuttings myself. While I do not have any to offer, I would be more than willing to pay for shipping. Thank you for your generous offer.

Sarah


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I am also interested in some rose cuttings .do you still have some ? I can trade rose seed from very big white rose bush.


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I am also interested in some rose cuttings .do you still have some ? I can trade rose seed from very big white rose bush.


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Both of mine have a baby white root or two poking out of the bottom of their 1g pots.

I think I will wait a week or so and pot IHT in a bigger pot. I am thinking about just planting Alfi since I will have just finished up the reworking of the front yard beds.


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Hi Heather, Teri, Remy and Sarah,
I do have rooted plants now to send or could send them in Spring.
You can respond here or contact me directly: profloran@roadrunner.com

Danty


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Hi Heather, Teri, Remy and Sarah,
I do have rooted plants now to send or could send them in Spring.
You can respond here or contact me directly: profloran@roadrunner.com

Danty


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Hello,
Will you have any of your rose cuttings available this spring? We just moved to a new home and I am starting over....I wouldn't be picky about what the color/variety is! I have never done an exchange before so just let me know how you work things with shipping.
thank you for your consideration!


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Do you by chance have any more available of ABRACADABRA?


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Alisha-Ann: Yes, I will have many rooted cuttings available in Spring. Please e-mail me directly (address in thread above) to get on reminder list.

harmonyp: No, I just tagged the last ABRACADABRA. But I will have them again in early summer. E-mail me to get on reminder list.


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Hi danty
I would like to go on your reminder list if you are out of cuttings. Just started gardening and love roses. Hope to hear from you.

margie


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Do you still have some left? I tried to grow rose from cutting many time without any success


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Hi Dan, I would love to learn your propagation method if you think it might work here in zone 6.

If I become successful, I could trade:

Pope John Paul
Chrysler Imperial
Sisters At Heart
Black Cherry
Julia Child
Sunsprite
Peace
About Face
Fragrant Plum
AngelFace
Bella Roma
Dream Come True
Hot Cocoa
Moondance
Cinco de Mayo
Double Delight
Double Pink Knockout
Ebb Tide
French Lace
Glamis Castle
Joseph's Coat
Mardi Gras
Scentimental

and will have more this year.

Let me know what you think please.

Regards,

Teri


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Dan

Alfie must be happy, a new "little" cane is coming up from the pot!


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Teri - My propagation method is simplicity itself.
But we can't do much with it right now -- it being Winter with no cutting material available.
I am going to make up a video tutorial this upcoming growing season.
When its ready I will post it on YouTube and send you a link.

Carol -- That's great about the new little cane on ALFIE.
You are going to like that mini. It isn't well known -- but should be with its great color, ease of care and big display.

Danty


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Thanks so much! I'm new to using this site. Is there a place where we get "mail"? Is there a place on the home page that shows new posts on the threads that one is "watching"?


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Teri-
The GW site doesn't have a built-in mail system like other sites do.
But you can send e-mails to other members by clicking on their name and going to their member page.
On their member page is an option to send then an e-mail.
But this only works if they allow for that option.

You need to allow for that option on your member page if you want to receive e-mails from GW members.

I think the ability to track new posts on a thread only belongs to the person who starts the thread.


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