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HAVE: I Have a Big (Earth Kind) Mutabilis Rose to Trade

Posted by carolann_z8 Joshua,TX (gardengateclub@sbcglobal.net) on
Thu, May 24, 07 at 9:36

I have a gorgeous Mutabilis rose bush that's about 2 years old and I didn't realize that they get so big so I want to trade it for a large ceramic pot that I need for my Mandevilla.

I would also trade it for some cedar posts for a project I'm working on.

The rose bush isn't too big to dig up. I have sandy loam soil so it will be easy to dig up. I don't mind digging it up.
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RE: HAVE: I Have a Big (Earth Kind) Mutabilis Rose to Trade

OOh Carol, what size pot you looking for?


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RE: HAVE: I Have a Big (Earth Kind) Mutabilis Rose to Trade

I need one big enough to put that Mandevilla in.

If you want it then consider it yours.

BTW, you are coming down to help did it up....right! LOL


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RE: HAVE: I Have a Big (Earth Kind) Mutabilis Rose to Trade

No, I can did it up from here, LOL

I don't have a pot bigger than that one, lol
Someone here must want it and have a pot.
Did you ask Kylie, I bet that gal has a big pot
Hey how about the enamel tub from a washing machine?
It's huge, lol


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RE: HAVE: I Have a Big (Earth Kind) Mutabilis Rose to Trade

I don't know about a tub from a washing machine. It won't go too well with my back yard. It would go good by the potting shed but the Mandevilla will be by the pool area.


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RE: HAVE: I Have a Big (Earth Kind) Mutabilis Rose to Trade

Oh, it would look cute by the shed


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RE: HAVE: I Have a Big (Earth Kind) Mutabilis Rose to Trade

Since all the rain my rose has grown 2 foot canes. I cut one off to try and root it. I think I'll cut a couple more to root for the plant swap.


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