Seven Sister's rose wanted

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Dor

Active Member
#1
My mother roots her roses by burying a cutting next to the mother and putting a jar or jug over it like Flowers.

I would really like to have a rooted cutting of a Seven Sister's rose if anyone would be so kind as trading with me for one of my rotted cuttings.d
 

Dor

Active Member
#3
I have some in the baby nursery now Swindy. I have, peach rose, a unknown red(lost the tag) and Tiffany Swindy, I can pay postage.
 

bob

Administrator
Staff member
#4
I think she was teasing you about your typo, ;) which I had to search to find... At the end, you mention "rotted" cuttings. Since I knew you meant "rooted", I totally missed it, even when I was looking for it.
 

Dor

Active Member
#9
I think she was teasing you about your typo, ;) which I had to search to find... At the end, you mention "rotted" cuttings. Since I knew you meant "rooted", I totally missed it, even when I was looking for it.

lol. I missed it too because I am just getting propogation down and want to get plants rooted when I can. I try to stress rooted. That went over my head.

Thanks Dizzy and Gardenbear I would love to have one from each of you. Dizzy your cuttings are coming right along. They shoud be really heathly by the time I send them to you. I was able to get 3 yellow hibiscus to root on the second try. Now to try the red and my daughter is digging up hers, she has a different red from mine and a salmon color. My neighbor has a double orange that she promised to give me cuttings from.
 
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#13
If any kind soul has some rose cuttings to share I would appreciate it so very much,for postage,I am starting a small rose garden in memory of my dear sister in law,,she loved roses,,but if you cant that is okay also..thank you for your time and kindess,,you take care God bless you and your loved ones,,Cassie
 
#15
I think I have these in pink, where here when we moved in. DO they grow with a runner under the ground?? they keep coming up every where in my garden, even after i dig or chop the roots.
 

Gloria

Super Moderator
Staff member
#17
They do grow wild here in SC too. They are all along the sides of the roads in my area. They are absolutely beautiful in bloom. I've tried to transplant several with no luck as of yet! Maybe I'll try rooting a cutting.
I'm thinking that since the roots are so long, cutting the root system stresses the plant so much it won't live.
 


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