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Re: Miniature rose source?

Black Jade is one of the first miniature roses I ordered from them (when
I lived in Kansas City) and I loved it. Nice compact size and the roses
are beautiful. I bought "Cinderella" from Bridges and grew it in Texas.
Don't know if they still carry it or not...but it was the smallest pale
pink rose I have ever seen in my LIFE and it was adorable. The bush grew
pretty big too. The others I have not grown (yet). :-) I keep saying I'm
not going to grow anymore because I get tired of the black spot...but
then spring rolls around and they all bloom again...and I change my


Aplfgcnys@aol.com wrote:
Thanks for all the input on miniature roses. I have ordered from
Bridges. They didn't have many that I knew, but that is probably
because I have always shopped at Nor'East, and a lot of theirs
are their own developments. I ordered 'Kristin,' which I have
grown and like. Also 'Summer Sunset,' 'Odessa,' 'X-rated,' and
'Black Jade.' Any opinions on any of those?

In a message dated 05/04/2005 10:42:25 AM Eastern Daylight Time, 
silverhawk@flash.net writes:
Auralie, try Bridges Roses in North Carolina (www.bridgesroses.com). I
have ordered about 20 miniature roses from them and they all arrived in
beautiful condition. They have the tiny of tiniest roses to to some that
are about the size of a quarter. Some are tall plants and some are very
short. I think you will like their selection too.

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