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WANTED: Rooted Earthkind roses

Posted by sowngrow TX8a (My Page) on
Fri, Apr 20, 07 at 9:12

Looking to trade in the DFW midcities area. Have divisions of a large foxtail fern, potted Dutchman's pipevine-Aristolochia f., potted Heavenly blue morning glory, Thai hot chili pepper plants, sweet basil, common thyme, culinary oregano, marjoram, dill, cilantro/coriander, broadleaf sage and catnip. Herbs available are in 4" pots and grown organically. Thanks.

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RE: WANTED: Rooted Earthkind roses

Robin, I had several but I gave them out at the plant swap the year before last.

They're pretty easy to propagate. I can try and start some this fall.

RE: WANTED: Rooted Earthkind roses

Carolann-I've got a couple of the Earthkind roses including Belinda's Dream, which I love, and I have propagated roses from cuttings, I'm just being impatient here and wanting to replace some of my black spot prone roses that I'm shoveling pruning now! Thanks for your offer.

RE: WANTED: Rooted Earthkind roses

I know what you mean. We've had so much rain lately that my 3 roses that are not Earth Kind have black spot so it makes me appreciate my Earth Kind roses all the more.

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