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Post by IanM on 14th November 2010, 13:42

Hi, I hope I am posting this in the right place? I am keen on China roses and very early tea roses. I have Mutabilis and Serratipetala already, as well as Perle D'Or and Duchess de Brabant. I am about to obtain seed of Rosa chinensis Spontanea, the wild China rose from China (of course Smile). I also grow many species roses from around the world.
Apart from these, I inherited an unknown white miniature (polyantha?) rose and a Centifolia type from my grandmother who passed away many years ago.
I would like to exchange cuttings with anyone who may have the following:

Rosa chinensis (varieties not listed above)

Rosa x odorata (indica/vulgaris types) that repeat.

Agnes Smith (the "found" rose from Rookwood Cemetery).

Hume's Blush Tea-Scented China (apparently there are two forms under this name in Old Parliament House gardens and in the heritage gardens in SA). I realize they are probably not the "true" Hume's Blush, but I am not concerned as nobody can tell me what a "true" Hume's Blush should look like. Smile

Anyway, hoping someone can help.

Ian





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Re: Wanted China Roses, early teas...

Post by Guest on 20th November 2010, 23:39

I have a few Chinas that might interest you. Very late spring here so the growth is still a bit whippy for cuttings.
Julie Lack would be a good person to show your cemetery foundlings to, I think. Or she could put you on to other HRiAI members in Toowoomba. And there's Penny McKinley in Pittsworth.

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Post by IanM on 21st November 2010, 00:06

Thanks Margaret,

I will send you a PM. Smile

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Post by Balinbear on 23rd November 2010, 13:37

Ian

Cutting were sent this morning. See my PM

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Post by IanM on 23rd November 2010, 13:39

Thanks Gary! I will look forward to receiving them.
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