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Have: Well rooted cuttings of several cultivars.

Tony Kopari
September 18, 2018
last modified: September 18, 2018

Hey Everyone!

I have well rooted rose cuttings of several cultivars. The plants are actually almost big enough to be equivalent to a gallon size plant that you would buy at a nursery. The cultivars I have available are:

Abraham Darby, qty = 3

Ambridge Rose, qty = 1

Graham Thomas, qty = 6

Madame Isaac Pereire, qty = 1

Mrs. John Laing, qty = 1

New Dawn, qty = 3

Prairie Sunrise, qty = 1

Redoute', qty = 2

Scepter'd Isle, qty = 1

Souvenir de la Malmaison, qty = 1


Hydrangea paniculata 'Grandiflora'

They aren't big enough for me to plant them in the ground this year and expect 100% survival, but someone who lives in the south or has a greenhouse would be set with these plants. My preference would be to trade with someone who could accept these in a trade this year, but send me plants next year. You could pay for the cost of shipping of your plants now, and I would do the same when I receive plants then.

Check out my "Want List" to see if you have something I'd be willing to trade for, and let me know if you're interested.



Comments (12)
  • Dillybeansown (6b in the Ozarks)

    With Houzz being as messed up as it is, I can’t view anyone’s trade list or message them. It may just be me, but you might want to check your settings.

  • Tony Kopari

    Yeah, something is messed up! I can't see trade lists now that I could before. I can email you my lists if you'd like. My email is tkopari@hotmail.com

  • john_ca

    Hi Tony, I sent you an email a few days ago. Hope to hear from you soon. Thanks, John

  • Tony Kopari

    Since either Houzz is screwed up, or they changed the site and I no longer know how to find my lists on my page, here's my lists:



    PLANT TRADE - I'm looking for


    Roses (cuttings - rooted or not):

    Modern Roses:

    Buck Roses:

    April Moon

    Aunt Honey

    Blue Skies

    Brook Song




    Distant Drums

    Earth Song

    Ellen's Joy

    Enchanted Autumn

    Hawkeye Belle

    Joseph F. Lamb

    Les Sjulin

    Queen Bee

    Red Sparkler


    Silver Shadows

    English Roses (Austin):

    Benjamin Britten

    Bibi Maizoon


    Brother Cadfael


    Carding Mill

    Charles Austin

    Charles Rennie MacIntosh




    Claire Austin

    Claire Rose

    Country Living



    Fair Bianca

    Financial Times Centenary

    Glamis Castle

    Happy Child



    Jayne Austin

    Kathryn Morley

    L.D. Braithwaite

    Lilac Rose

    Mary Rose




    St. Cecelia

    St. Swithum

    Sharifa Asma

    Sir Edward Elgar

    Sweet Juliet


    The Dark Lady

    The Generous Gardener

    The Mayflower

    The Pilgrim

    The Prince

    The Squire

    Winchester Cathedral


    Little Darling (Duehrsen 1956)

    Hybrid Rugosa Roses:

    Basye's Purple

    Furstin von Pless

    Sarah van Fleet

    Hybrid Tea Roses:

    Amazing Grace (Cocker 1990)

    Anna Pavlova

    Sir Frederick Ashton

    Great Century

    Large Flowered Climbers:

    Temptation (Jacobus 1950)

    Shrub Roses

    Artemis (Evers, 2004)

    Old Garden Roses (OGRs):

    Bourbon Roses:

    Boule de Neige

    Coupe d'Hebe

    Louise Odier

    Madame Ernst Calvat

    Madame Pierre Oger

    Mrs. Paul

    Reine Victoria

    Sir Joseph Paxton

    Centifolia Roses:

    Cabbage Rose (Rosa X centifolia)

    Chapeau de Napoleon


    The Bishop

    Damask Roses:

    Autumn Damask


    Rosa x damascena

    Hybrid Perpetual Roses:

    Achiduchesse Elisabeth d'Autriche

    Alfred Colomb

    Baroness Rothschild

    Baronne Prevost

    Comtesse Cecile de Chabrillant

    Duke of Edinburgh

    Fisher Holmes

    General Jacqueminot

    George Arends

    Gloire de Ducher

    Henry Nevard

    John Hopper

    Madame Louis Laveque

    Marshall P. Wilder

    Paul Neyron

    Prince Camille de Rohan

    Reine des Violettes

    Souvenir du Docteur Jamain

    Triumphe de l'Exposition

    Ulrich Brunner

    Vick's Caprice

    Moss Roses:

    Common Moss (Rosa X centifolia 'Muscosa', etc)

    General Kleber

    Gloire des Mousseuses

    Henri Martin

    Jeanne de Montfort

    Little Gem

    Louis Gimard

    Madame Louis Laveque

    Marechal Davoust


    Nuit de Young

    Rene d'Anjou


    Portland Roses:

    Arthur de Sansal

    Blanc de Vibert

    Comte de Chambord


    Jacques Cartier

    Portland Rose

    Rose de Rescht

    Rose de Roi (Lee's Crimson Perpetual)

    Rose de Roi a Fleurs Pourpres

    Tea Roses:

    Archiduc Joseph

    Catherine Mermet


    Bee Bee Tree - Tetradium or Evodia daniellii

    Siberian peashrub - Caragana arborescens

    English Oaks, 2' or larger

    Ptelea trifoliata - Wafer Ash or Stinking Ash.



    PLANT TRADE - I'm trading



    Amelanchier alnifolia seedlings

    Dragon fruit - Hylocereus polyrhizus 'American Beauty'

    Cherry - Prunus cerasus 'Balaton' (Hungarian cherry) seedlings

    Chokeberry - Aronia melanocarpa 'Nero' or 'Viking' (will confirm ASAP), rooted or non-rooted cuttings, seeds

    Chokeberry - Aronia melanocarpa seedlings, rooted or non-rooted cuttings, seeds, suckers from those that sucker

    Honeyberry - Lonicera caerulea 'Blue Moon', cuttings (rooted or non-rooted)

    Honeyberry - Lonicera caerulea 'Blue Velvet', cuttings (rooted or non-rooted)

    Pear - Pyrus communis 'Luscious' seedlings

    Seaberry - Hippophae rhamoides, male, cuttings, suckers

    Seaberry - Hippophae rhamoides, 'Golden Sweet', cuttings

    Peony divisions in the Fall:

    Edulis Superba

    Mary E. Nicholls

    Mrs. FDR

    Nick Shaylor

    Roses (cuttings or rooted cuttings):

    Abraham Darby (David Austin English Rose)

    Ambridge Rose

    Carefree Beauty (Buck Rose)

    Darlow's Enigma

    Duc de Guiche (Gallica Rose)

    Golden Celebration

    Graham Thomas (David Austin English Rose)

    Mme Isaac Pereire

    Mrs. John Laing

    Morden Blush (Shrub)

    Music Maker (Buck Rose)

    New Dawn

    Orpheline de Juliet

    Prairie Harvest (Buck Rose)

    Prairie Star

    Prairie Sunrise (Buck Rose)

    Pretty Jessica

    Redoute' (David Austin English Rose)

    Rosa canina 'Creme'???? (unknown rose, but most looks like this)

    Scepter'd Isle (David Austin English Rose)

    Souvenir de la Malmaison



    Wanderin' Wind (Buck Rose)

    Zephirine Drouhin (Bourbon Rose)


    Hydrangea paniculata 'Grandiflora'

    Hydrangea paniculata 'Tardiva'

    Viburnum carlesii - Koreanspice viburnum


    Maclura pomifera - "Osage Orange" or "Hedge Apple", cuttings


    SEED TRADE - I'm looking for


    Bee Bee Tree - Tetradium or Evodia daniellii

    Osage Orange or Hedge Apple - Maclura pomifera

    Ptelea trifoliata - Wafer Ash or Stinking Ash.


    SEED TRADE - I'm trading


    Bean, pole, Garden of Eden, Romano type - remains tender and delicious until very large.... 1 1/2" x 8"

    Marsh Mallow - Althaea officinalis (in late summer)

    Nalta jute or Egyptian spinach, Conchorus olitioris, 30 seed per pack, harvested in 2016.

    Pepper, Topepo Rosso

    Roselle - Hibiscus sabdariffa, standard and yellow-flowered cultivars, 30 seed per pack, harvested in 2016.

    Sunset muskmallow - Abelmoscus manihot, 30 seed per pack, harvested in 2016.

    Various Pepper cultivars

    Various tomato cultivars.

  • vaporvac

    Saving this list! ; ) Regarding Ptelea and Maclura... do you want the whole pomme of the latter? Seeds or seeding of the former? Osage orange is always littering my street and I often collect it for decoration. I haven't noticed any this year, but changed my run, so they may still be around. P.s. I notice Heathcliff still on your list and Viking Queen missing. Was H. a failure? Did you get cuttings of a non-virused VQ?

  • Tony Kopari

    Thanks! Actually, this shows that I need to do a little editing.

    I don't need Maclura any longer.....I have a few trees that have been growing for about 5 years.

    For Ptelea, I would gladly take seeds and/or seedlings.

    Heathcliff rooted nicely, so I should have taken that off of my Want List.

    I haven't gotten Viking Queen yet.


  • john_ca

    Hi Tony,

    I am interested in Scept d'Isle, Redoute, Madame Isaac Periere, and Mrs. John Laing.

    I have some 1 to 2 year old rooted cuttings to offer you in return:

    Sharifa Asma, St. Swithun, and Tamora.

    I also have extras of Geoff Hamilton, Cressida, and English Garden, which are not on your list. I looked at your 'want' list,

    if you prefer, I could send you 3 sets of 5 cuttings each, for each rooted cutting you send me. I have all but 7 of the Austins on your list. I have been collecting Austins for a while and now have 113 in my collection.

    Hope to hear from you soon,


  • Tony Kopari

    Hi John!

    That sounds like a great trade! Are you in California? I've heard from others that it's not possible to send roses there because of the restrictions they have??


  • john_ca

    Hi Tony, I am not aware of any regs regarding this. I have been trading on and off for 15 years or so and have not had any problems. I do live in central CA where roses are easy to grow. Rose flower in our garden from March until around mid December.

  • Tony Kopari

    Excellent! Let's trade! Would you like to continue the conversation via email? Mine is tkopari@hotmail.com.


  • john_ca

    Hi Tony, I sent you an email 2 or 3 days ago but did not get a response; perhaps it somehow got lost.. I will be sending you one shortly. My email address is tomatobreeder@hotmail.com.


  • Tony Kopari

    Sorry about that!

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