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wanted: rose cuttings or rooted plants

Posted by Erylyn 5 Colorado Front Ran (My Page) on
Sun, Oct 2, 11 at 3:12

Hello,
After moving to Colorado in December and having to leave behind more than 400 roses, I'm desperately trying to start over.

I'm looking for cuttings, rooted cuttings or runners of:
Rosa rugosa (rubra and alba)
R.eglanteria
R. glauca (aka rubrifolia)
R. davidii
Red Cascade
R. x hibernica (I am from N. Ireland and this rose meant a lot to me.)
Or any other species roses - any roses actually!
I can pay for all postage and I have a large tradelist and will send anything on it for this trade.

Thanks so very much!
Erylyn


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RE: wanted: rose cuttings or rooted plants

I have a couple of roses on my list- I'd be interested for a few of your seeds.

Amanda


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RE: wanted: rose cuttings or rooted plants

Hi. Erylyn, i was interested in your lillys,are these bulbs or seeds, i have rosa rugosa,a beautiful white climbing rose no id,don juan climber,a pink rose bush no id well it had a name and got lost,a yellow,and a white with pink around it plmk about your lillys thanks. Marcella


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RE: wanted: rose cuttings or rooted plants

Hi Erylyn,
I have 3 or 4 (maybe more) roses mixed in with my raspberry plants that I would love to give you!

I'm brand new and haven't figured out how to see your list so don't know what to ask for in trade but we can figure that out!

*I'm also on the front range - maybe close...?
Sincerely,
~Rhonda


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