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Does anyone have Abracadabra they can root for me?

Posted by new_garden (My Page) on
Sun, Nov 24, 13 at 19:45

I had Abracadabra and LOVED it. And then we moved and in the chaos of the move, Abracadabra didn't make it. I'd like another one.

I'd love other striped roses as well.

I'm willing to pay of course. :)


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RE: Does anyone have Abracadabra they can root for me?

  • Posted by seil z6b MI (My Page) on
    Thu, Dec 5, 13 at 18:01

Vintage was the only place I know of that had it and they have closed now, sorry.


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RE: Does anyone have Abracadabra they can root for me?

I have a plant of it, i got it in a auction. It in it's second year and doing good!


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RE: Does anyone have Abracadabra they can root for me?

Can you either root a cutting or send me a cutting and I'll root it? I'd love another.


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RE: Does anyone have Abracadabra they can root for me?

I got several cuttings of ABRACADABRA from a rose-trading buddy in Idaho last summer.
Several rooted and I have two left.
One I am saving to grow into a mother plant -- so I can propagate from it next season.

I would be happy to save the other one for you.
Its still a bit small to send now.
I can hold it until Spring and let it fill in a bit more.

You can e-mail me directly at: profloran@roadrunner.com if you want.

Dan


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RE: Does anyone have Abracadabra they can root for me?

That's not my rose I've already paid shipping on is it Danty? Couldn't be since you told me they all died but two, or so I thought? I would hate to think that, but that's why I'm asking. I could be wrong..that's why I'm asking. Dan does send out beautifully rooted roses.

This post was edited by Alana7bSC on Thu, Jan 9, 14 at 19:13


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