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WANTED: 'double' Confederate Rose

Posted by lmieke Central TX (My Page) on
Mon, Oct 15, 07 at 23:12

After seeing roselee's pic of the double bloom, I want some of this. Mine is a single pink, the blossom looks like a hollyhock flower, but the plant is definately this hibiscus. Unfortunately, it hasn't set any seed pods yet, but I do have a list of seeds to trade on My Page.

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RE: WANTED: 'double' Confederate Rose

This is your lucky day, because I have 4 of the double pink confederate roses left. I grew them from cuttings taken last fall. I'll be at the plant swap in Buda on Oct 27th, are you going? If not, just send me an email ( and we'll set something up.

Happy Gardening!

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