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Historic Rose cuttings for trade - looking for David Austin

Gardiner, ME(Zone 5a)

Hi there
I have several Old Garden Rose bushes I need to prune.
ALBA'S :

CLORIS - France 1815
BLUSH HIP - UNKNOWN 1834
ALBA MAXIMA - UNKNOWN 1500
GREAT MAIDEN'S BLUSH - UNKNOWN before 1400

MOSS roses :
WILLIAM LOBB - FRANCE 1855
QUEEN OF DENMARK - GERMANY 1816
GENERAL KLEBER - FRANCE 1856

These Old garden Roses were bought from the Pickering Nursery in Canada a few years ago.

I am looking for good size cutting with a heel with at least four 5 leaflets ( according to Paul Barden )
David Austin's .Older Pinks,magenta,fuchsia would be my favorite's but open to other colors :-)
I think medium size boxes would/could hold a lot ? please let me know what you have.

Here is a link one can see all the roses I have for trade.http://www.helpmefind.com/rose/l.php?l=2.1159

PS:Pictures can be send upon request.Thank you.

Denton, TX(Zone 7a)

I have Bow Bells, a pretty pink and Queen Nefrititi a nice apricot...would either of them do?

Gardiner, ME(Zone 5a)

Melva,
sounds good,I'll try them ,I don't have either one of them.
I
s Bow Bells very susceptible to blackspot and susceptible to Mildew ? HMFR says it is ?
dmail me with the particulars please i.e.Your weather etc..It is somewhat cooler here the coming days and next week .Are you still having the heat wave ? amount to send ? which ones etc.

I remember You have rooted roses so many many times before :-) and I am sure all successfully

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