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HAVE: Several rooted Queen Elizabeth Cuttings

Posted by gr8heather 6b (My Page) on
Thu, Mar 28, 13 at 12:30

I'd love to trade for other rooted rosebush cuttings. My cuttings have been growing under lights for 4-6 months, so most are quite well established. I have around 12 of these.

I'd like to trade for multicolored roses ( I love striped roses!), uniquely colored roses, or roses with a high petal count. Let me know what you have!

I'd also consider trading for non-rooted cuttings, if you were able to offer several different varieties.

I am kind of picky, because I have a lot to find room for already this year, but if you have something interesting (even if its not a rose), let me know :)

This post was edited by gr8heather on Thu, Apr 4, 13 at 18:00


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RE: HAVE: Several rooted Queen Elizabeth Cuttings

Still have a few left, Shipped some this week and they did very well. Hoping to trade & ship before it gets too hot.



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RE: HAVE: Several rooted Queen Elizabeth Cuttings

What kinds of plants other than roses do you want? chowchow114@gmail.com


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RE: HAVE: Several rooted Queen Elizabeth Cuttings

Edibles, perennial flowers, fancy garlic, fancy potatoes, berries, peonies, some types of brugmansia, rare dinnerplate dahlias, fancy double echinacea...

This post was edited by gr8heather on Sun, Apr 7, 13 at 16:17


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RE: HAVE: Several rooted Queen Elizabeth Cuttings

I have around 5 left :)


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