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kathy_727
Rockford, IL
(Zone 4a)

March 3, 2001
11:09 PM

Post #1947

Wishing to have a fragrant rose garden here in zone 4... I am hoping someone will be able to send me some cuttings of these, or other fragrant, zone 4 capable roses, sometime in late April/ early May. I don't have any roses to offer in exchange (yet), but I will have some periennials to offer in exhange... lily of the valley, hosta (unnamed), mountain bluett, jacob's ladder, strawberries, violet monarda, rhubarb, daylily (double orange), and more. Thank you! Kathy

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sheila
Wigan, Landcashire
United Kingdom

March 7, 2001
11:58 PM

Post #56491

I am not into HT roses, but a relative bought me one called fragrant cloud and i must say its got a smell to die for and people also say its a nice rose too. Sorry cant send you any cuttings as i live in England, if you lived near me i would give you the plant-only if you allow me to come and smell it, its that good perfume wise.

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