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Where to find Martine guillot

Posted by shopshops (My Page) on
Mon, Mar 10, 14 at 16:33

Hi All
I know Martine Guillot rose is not really an antique, but she is so beautiful she could be. I have searched all of the internet and then some for this rose bush. Can anyone clue me in as to where to buy? Its much too late inTexas for bare roots. Not that I found a source anyway. But bush or band sources would be really helpful. I already have several roses to plant, but this is a must-have for me :-) :-) :-). Many thanks in advance.


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RE: Where to find Martine guillot

Shops,

Do you know about helpmefind? There are nine (or ten) U. S. nurseries listed there that carry Martine. Usually, that is a good sign.

It is a beautiful rose, with some interesting ancestors.

Good luck,

Larry


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RE: Where to find Martine guillot

Thanks Larry. Looked on there and the three US ones were out of stock. Thanks for replying.


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RE: Where to find Martine guillot

Did you try Roses Unlimited? If they don't have it now, you can be on a waiting list. I got Versigny this way.


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RE: Where to find Martine guillot

I got mine from Long Ago Roses last year and just planted it out in the garden yesterday. Can't wait to see this one grow up. If you aren't opposed to band sized plants, you could email her to see if she has any ready, or will soon. Great service from Long Ago Roses.


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RE: Where to find Martine guillot

Thank you Alameda and Britte. I will pursue these options. Martine is so beautiful. Can't wait to plant her.


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RE: Where to find Martine guillot

I'm getting mine this year from Roses Unlimited, so as of a month or so ago they weren't sold out of this one yet. Nice gallon-sized pots of roses and always healthy plants from RU.

Cynthia


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RE: Where to find Martine guillot

Oh thanks Nippstress. I have not even considered roses unlimited. Heading to that website now!


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