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Discussion id : 94-001
most recent 15 JUL 16 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 14 JUL 16 by ronymaxwell
I find HMF a valuable resource when deciding which roses to buy. Many entries however do not specify a width or spread for the rose which is a piece of information I need for my planning. Hope you can rectify this.
Reply #1 of 3 posted 15 JUL 16 by Patricia Routley
Thank you Ron. We are happy you find HelpMefind valuable. You might not be aware that the end result is a compilation from our members and volunteers over many years. If some bit of information is missing, perhaps you can help widen our wealth of information. We count on the HMF community to help continually improve the depth and accuracy of HelpMeFind - it is a never ending process and one HMF is ideally suited for. If in the future you know that Rosa whatsitsname / thingummybob is 4m x 2m, you will be so welcome to send us a photo and let us know how big it grows and we'll add that information.
Reply #2 of 3 posted 15 JUL 16 by ronymaxwell
Okay thanks, didn't realize that, thought taht part of the site was prepared by a team. Will do as you suggest where I can.
Reply #3 of 3 posted 15 JUL 16 by Patricia Routley
Wonderful. We'll try and keep up with the flood. Welcome to the team.
Discussion id : 79-895
most recent 15 AUG 14 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 12 AUG 14 by swapak7
a blessed day to all..

is there anyway to order a bare root rose?

im from the philippines..

im just a newbie in gardening..

i don't know how i got into this hobby..

it started when i buy a worm for vermi-composting last year then amazingly after reading all stuff about gardening...i find myself hook up and loving it..

and now i got a craving to roses...

i hope some possible answer if i can order or is it possible?
Reply #1 of 8 posted 12 AUG 14 by Puns 'n' Roses
Hello, and welcome. Roses are a wonderful hobby. Congratulations for picking them as a hobby.
I have no idea which nursery will send bare root roses to the Philippines, but I suggest you click on the "Nursery" link on the left side and choose "List by location". I think nurseries from New Zealand, Australia or Japan might ship roses to you? You would just have to look at their listings or maybe e-mail them and ask. I think there even is a German nursery that ships worldwide, but I don't remember which. ..
Good luck and keep posting about your experience here on HelpMeFind.
Tante Rosa
Reply #5 of 8 posted 14 AUG 14 by swapak7
miss rosa,

thank u for the reply..

there is this german site that reply to me..but i got surprise on how much i need to pay for the cargo..

i guess i need to save money for this hobby.. :)

thank u
Reply #2 of 8 posted 13 AUG 14 by Patricia Routley
Once hooked, the craving will never go away.
If you are unable to import bare rooted roses, try to grow them yourself from cuttings. If you see a rose that you like in your neighbourhood, ask the gardener for a couple of cuttings, but Hybrid Teas may not grow too well from cuttings. I suspect in the heat of the Philippines, that any China rose, Tea roses, and Noisette roses will grow well from cuttings. Enjoy your life with roses.
Reply #3 of 8 posted 13 AUG 14 by Margaret Furness
Some countries have very strict quarantine laws. You need to find out whether your country will allow you to import roses.
In general, it's best to buy from nurseries in your area, so you know you are buying a plant that can do well in your climate and soil type.
These are some of the techniques we use for growing roses from cuttings in Australia (late spring to late summer):
best wishes,
Reply #6 of 8 posted 14 AUG 14 by swapak7

thanks for the info;

im looking at it now..and found in the

that i can import..but need to secure permit to import..

but i have a hope for the last thing that makes me smile there is a chance that it can enter w/o permit to import..

but im worrying if the lower caption of the regulation of importation of bare root roses is covered of that policy which says

Importation Not Requiring Permit to Import

The following imports maybe allowed to enter the country without securing the Permit to Import. However, they are subject to inspection/verification and prescribed treatment and payment of regulatory fees and charges.

1. Plant products not governed by any plant quarantine restriction/prohibition and fruits and vegetables in limited quantity and plant products intended for food or animal feed or those for processing or manufacturing purposes.
2. Properly dried or sterilized, or poisoned botanical specimens or herbaria, provided, free from soil or sand.
3. Fresh flowers, bouquets and other floral arrangements when free from soil, sand and other prohibited materials. thing i know right now is to ask the authority...hmmm..?

Reply #4 of 8 posted 14 AUG 14 by swapak7
miss patricia,

thanks for the reply..

but Hybrid Teas may not grow too well from cuttings.

as u said is really true..

i got two hybrid tea rose, red and white and i were really trying to propagate them but no luck...

what i was aiming really is a rose that produce that i can also try what were they saying about rose breeding...

the problem is i dont know if we got roses that produce hips here in the philippines

u know from all ur reply i got the feeling now that what i was doing something that catch my interest..


thank u so much
Reply #7 of 8 posted 14 AUG 14 by Cà Berta
You can get in touch with HMF members living in Philippines and share their experience.
Reply #8 of 8 posted 15 AUG 14 by swapak7
wow..thank u

this helps me a lot
Discussion id : 61-514
most recent 28 JAN 12 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 27 JAN 12 by FranciosR
Can anyone tell me where I am purchase the Reba McEntire Rose? I am having a difficult time locating a "Center" that is selling this Rose. I will take it either bare root or potted at this point. Any and all help is very much appreciated.
Reply #1 of 2 posted 28 JAN 12 by Landperson
If you do a Search/Lookup for the rose, you will find it's "Rose Page".
When you get to that page there will be a "Buy From" tab which will list possible sources.

Good luck
Reply #2 of 2 posted 28 JAN 12 by HMF Admin
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Discussion id : 56-640
most recent 13 AUG 11 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 13 AUG 11 by Jay-Jay
The regions in The Netherlands (under the buy from tab) ought to be the provinces in my opinion, now there are places too.
We have the following provinces (see
Noord Holland
Zuid Holland
Noord Brabant
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