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Dianne's Southwest Idaho Rose Garden
most recent 3 APR HIDE POSTS
 
Rose Listing Omission

Because She Served

https://www.heirloomroses.com/because-she-servedr.html
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Reply #1 of 1 posted 3 APR by jedmar
Thank you, added!
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most recent 17 MAR SHOW ALL
 
Initial post 10 MAR by Country Girl Queen
I am looking for the hybrid tea Estelle. I would love to have a bush as my mother's name was Estelle.
I live in Virginia, Presidential of Shenandoah Rose Society, have been growing roses for over 30 years, Regional Director Region 2 and an exhibition.

Charles Shaner
clshaner2@gmail.com
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Reply #1 of 1 posted 17 MAR by Dianne's Southwest Idaho Rose Garden
Send me a private message in June to remind me and I would be glad to send my email address so that we can discuss ways to share this rose with you. You should remove your email address from this public space to avoid receiving unwanted spam. Dianne
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Initial post 19 FEB by Mia_Smiles
Hello! I live in Boise and bought a mid-century house that once belonged to a rose gardener. As I've been clearing out the yard, I've found many rose tags. I've been researching the roses and hope to be able to find and plant some of them but keep coming up short. I suppose these blue-ribbon roses from the 60's and 70's have sadly gone out of fashion. I see that you're close by and you have the Lemon Spice rose growing. Would I be able to come see it and/or get a cutting from it?

The other varieties I'm on the hunt for are Strawberry Blonde, Typhoo Tea, Memoriam, Bahia, Red Chief, and Phoenix. I think it would be lovely to be able to revive some of these roses that once grew on my property. Thanks!!
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Reply #1 of 5 posted 20 FEB by Give me caffeine
Most of the ones you say you are after are still in commerce in the US (I checked). Use the Search/Lookup menu at the left of the screen, and enter the rose name. ;)
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Reply #2 of 5 posted 20 FEB by Mia_Smiles
I cannot find any of them to actually purchase. I've been looking for several years in some cases. I'm subscribed to "in stock alerts" on places that have offered them in the past, but unfortunately they never seem to come back in stock. I've also found one of them available in New Zealand, but when I emailed they don't ship. If you're seeing places that actually have them available to buy, I'd love that info. Thanks for the reply!
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Reply #3 of 5 posted 20 FEB by Margaret Furness
I tried looking up the page for Typhoo Tea, and clicking on the Buy From tab at the top right. Several US nurseries came up. (Don't try anything that's listed as an Archive, they're no longer active.)
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Reply #5 of 5 posted 23 FEB by Dianne's Southwest Idaho Rose Garden
Mia, I grow many of the roses you mentioned and would love to have you come by in June to visit my rose garden. I could help you get cuttings or get them sent to be budded onto rootstock for faster growth. Also, I can get you in touch with members of the Idaho Rose Society, who might help you with who lived in the house and once grew roses there. Contact me in June.
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Initial post 27 JUN 13 by Dianne's Southwest Idaho Rose Garden
This rose, on its own roots, has been annoyingly slow to grow. This is its fourth year in my garden and I'm hoping that finally this year it will spurt up and bloom more than one at a time.
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Reply #1 of 1 posted 9 FEB by Matt's North Texas Rose Garden (Archive)
I had a grafted plant I got at home depot in the 1990s. Survived until my parents moved houses in 2005
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