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Recently I was introduced to the world of miniature roses. I used your list to contact suppliers by e-mail. Justice Miniature Roses was the only company to respond. They took my order and promptly delivered the roses to me. They were hardy bushes and came with explicit instructions. The company personnel were courteous, kind and patient with all my "dumb" questions. I highly recommend Justice Miniature Roses.
I was very happy with the plants I received from Justice Miniature Roses last year. They were packed well and of good size. They were all planted into larger containers and grown on into large beautiful, bushy plants. This year some have found their way into a garden and I hope by next year to find space for more in a garden where other people can enjoy them also. They carry an interesting assortment of plants that you may not find elsewhere. Most roses listed include their own description apparently from there own experience growing them. It's nice to get an honest opinion on each rose.
I would just like to make a positive comment about Justice Mini Roses in Wilsonville, Oregon. They have an excellent Catalog and outstanding selection. They offer wholesale prices to non-profit organizations for fund raisers! A very nice family owns this operation.
I recently received the Kordes catalog by mail. It is entirely in German, but very helpful for the photos of Kordes' introductions. As overseas shipping is quite expensive, it is perhaps best to write up a combined order with different people sharing the shipping costs. The photography is outstanding -- better than many books -- and the catalog is free. I ordered the catalog to find out what the Kordes' shrub roses look like.