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HAVE: Very specific have/want-Rose

Posted by fcoffill 7b-8 (My Page) on
Fri, Aug 9, 13 at 14:24


Gardenia Rose.
Brilliant rambler needs a home, (I have 2) blooms once early spring, but well worth the wait (not to mention the 'real estate') Creamy white full blooms from conical buds. The fragrance is mild and the plant is semi-evergreen in this area. Rambling giant grows 8-12 foot canes with roses all along the length.

I am offering a plant approximately one trade gallon, most of the top growth will be removed. Which means it may not bloom until the second year.


Lady Banks (rosa banksia lutea)
The thornless, yellow, variety. NO WHITE, NO HYBRIDS, NO CUTTINGS. I am interested in an established plant (that can be shipped of course)

I also have Fairy roses If you prefer something more suited to a smaller garden. These are small plants, growing on their own roots for 1 year.

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RE: HAVE: Very specific have/want-Rose

Hi fcoffill

Do you have any rooted plants or cuttings of your camellia sasanqua?

Is the Rosa Rugsa Deep Pink A repeat bloomer? Are they rooted?

Do you have a rose called fairy queen?

Please let me know. Thanks so much.


RE: HAVE: Very specific have/want-Rose

I have not successfully rooted the sasanqua yet. I plan to try some more this fall.

The rugosa I have left are one 'sucker', approximately 6-8" tall. The bloom heaviest in the spring, but continue to bloom occassionaly till frost.

I do not have the fairy queen.

If you are interested in sasanqua, e-mail me this winter. I should have an idea by then whether or not the cuttings will take.

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