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Post by meredith1954 on 10th October 2011, 17:52

We have Ghislaine de Felingonde in our garden. She arrived as a bagged rose. Now after 18 years we are selling the property (450) Roses at last count. I have not taken any cuttings, but would appreciate it if anybody knows where in Australia I can re-buy her for the new house. cheers Meredith Very Happy

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Post by The Lazy Rosarian on 10th October 2011, 17:58

I have sent an email to you earlier today about this, from whom scratch did you purchase it
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Post by Admin on 10th October 2011, 20:09

Hi Meredith, can you take cuttings? This beautiful rose is a hybrid multiflora and so will no doubt strike very very easily from cuttings and grow well on its own roots. If you do not feel confident doing this feel free to send me some cuttings and I will strike them for you and send them back to you when you have moved.

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Post by Guest on 12th October 2011, 13:02

It layers itself, so if you look under your bush you might find a piece that has rooted down.

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