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Antique Rose swap

Posted by antiqueroselady (My Page) on
Wed, Nov 26, 08 at 7:21

I am trying to get rooted cuttings of Anna Olivier and Louis XIV, and I can send you a small rooted pot of Mrs. B.R. Cant or William R. Smith. Also at this time I have rooted cuttings (not ready for a few months though) of Safrano, Comtesse du Cayla, Cramoisi Superior, Rosette Delizy. Please let me know, thanks.

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RE: Antique Rose swap

I would love to have a rooted cutting of William R. Smith.
Right now I can offer you a small rooted cutting of Old Blush, Louis Philippe, Cecile Brunner Spray, Mary Washington, Smith's Parrish Pink, Smith's Parrish White, Blush Noisette, Mutablis, Tausendschon, or Champnay's Pink Cluster. All my rooted cuttings are in 4" pots but are ready to be up-potted to 1# pots. Let me know if you are interested in trading.

RE: Antique Rose swap

Thanks Pat. I just sent you an email.

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