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WANTED: Rose cuttings

Posted by ruthz 8 dfw texas (My Page) on
Mon, Oct 21, 13 at 16:03

Ballerina
Dortmund
Ingrid Bergman
Lyda Rose

Would love to trade for any cuttings of these if they are not patented.
The cuttings would need to be at least 8 inch hardwood (not tip) cutting, as I root by sticking at least 4 inchs into the soil.

This post was edited by ruthz on Mon, Oct 21, 13 at 17:21


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RE: WANTED: Rose cuttings

Hi, was wondering if you could shed some light on this for me. I had some rose cuttings that I had burritoed and they had calloused for me. I read somewhere just to pot them up. I did but am loosing most of them. They are turning brown. Not sure what to do. I have taken one out of the soil and stuck in some water. Hopefully will root. Would love some advice based on your experience.

Thank you!

Margaret


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RE: WANTED: Rose cuttings

  • Posted by ruthz 8 dfw texas (My Page) on
    Mon, Oct 21, 13 at 23:19

Margaret, I'm not that good at rooting roses, but have been able to root some.
I just take hardwood cuttings in October or November and stick them in soil 4 or 5 inches deep.
I've tried this in containers, raised beds and regular beds. I've had some success with all three, but better with the raised bed and containers.


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RE: WANTED: Rose cuttings

I have ballerina rose and butterfly gingers (white and peach). Am interested in you mock orange seeds, a variety of daylilies that are re-bloomers and fragrant, and Belinda's Dream rose cutting. Please let me know if you're interested in trading.


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RE: WANTED: Rose cuttings

  • Posted by ruthz 8 dfw texas (My Page) on
    Mon, Oct 28, 13 at 14:14

ange2006, I am interested in trading.
Sent you an email.


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