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HAVE: roses; ogr's/austins/ht's

Posted by ownroot z8Dallas (My Page) on
Thu, Oct 27, 05 at 20:52

Hello,
I have several healthy rose bushes that just won't fit into my new beds.:

Comte de Chambord (grafted)
Othello (own-root)
3-Clotilde Soupert (own-root)
Love (grandiflora)
Mikado(HT)
Sheila's Perfume(FL)
3-Midnight Blue (own root)
3-Sexy Rexy (FL)
Toro (Uncle Joe)

I'd like to see what you have to trade, I'd be happy with some compost or a bottle of Super Thrive or whatever.

Have a great day!

Robert


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RE: HAVE: roses; ogr's/austins/ht's

Hi, Robert!

I just looked up Midnight Blue, & it's *scrumptious*!

I'd love to have one.

Are you going to the Ft Worth swap next Sunday, the 6th?

I'll be happy to get you some compost or superthrive or flowepots or whatever I can find!

and please look at the autumn swap post: if there's anything I've posted there or on my swap list that you'd like, just let me know.

sylvia

ps: In case you aren't going to make it to the swap, I'm just inside the Ellis county line, just south of Dallas, & I'd be happy to meet somewhere.

can't wait!


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RE: HAVE: roses; ogr's/austins/ht's

Am interested in Love and Sexy Rexy. I have a very young
Monsieur Tillier, and a New Dawn cl. (both own root). There are others, but too dark to see. Also have mini's. Might even come up with a bag of well rotted horse manure. Let us know if going to the Ft. Worth swap on 11/06.
Weldon


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RE: HAVE: roses; ogr's/austins/ht's

I'm interested in Comte de Chambord (grafted). Check my list.

Thanks,
Barbie


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