Roses forum: Rosa Gina's rose

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Primula
Sep 2, 2018 9:21 AM CST
I want to know from where I can buy this rose.
Name: Lin
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plantladylin
Sep 2, 2018 11:03 AM CST
Hi Primula, Welcome!

Rose (Rosa 'Gina's Rose') sure is pretty! I did a google search and couldn't find any vendor listing it for sale. Sad Hopefully other members will be able to offer suggestions as to where you might be able to find it available in the U.K. or perhaps via mail order.
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Mustbnuts
Sep 2, 2018 1:55 PM CST
In checking the HMF Roses website, there are nine roses with Gina in the name. Do you know which one you want? Some have pictures and some don't. What color is the rose?
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plantladylin
Sep 2, 2018 1:58 PM CST
The title of the thread said Rosa Gina's Rose so I thought that was the one in question that Primula was looking for.
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Mustbnuts
Sep 2, 2018 2:24 PM CST
Ah, Lin, I probably wasn't thinking. Unfortunately, I don't see anywhere it is available in the UK. I don't know if any of the growers here would ship it to the UK. Sorry!
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plantladylin
Sep 2, 2018 2:28 PM CST
I couldn't find any vendor selling it when I did a google search. Maybe it's no longer in production and only in private collections now?
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Mustbnuts
Sep 2, 2018 2:47 PM CST
Heirloom carries it.

Well, let me correct this. Heirloom states they carry it and then when you actually click on the rose, which I finally did) they don't sell it anymore but state you can click on a hyperlink and it will take you to a similar rose. So, like a fool, I did that and you get all of their roses! Which is one of many reasons I don't like Heirloom and have unsubscribed from their website (yes, it finally took about three tries to get that done). I did check with Burling to see if she had it as she will often carry Moore roses you can't get elsewhere, but no such luck. Also checked Peter Beales nursery in the UK and no luck.
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Name: Zuzu
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zuzu
Sep 2, 2018 2:52 PM CST

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Heirloom doesn't sell it anymore. It says the rose is on its site only for reference purposes.
Huddersfield UK
Primula
Sep 4, 2018 3:13 AM CST
Thank You! I appreciate all the responses. The rose is also known as Morgina
but I still can't find a source.
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roseseek
Sep 4, 2018 9:58 AM CST
That is because there is no commercial source for this and most of the other Sequoia creations. I'm sorry to say it's very likely to remain that way. Gina's Rose and My Stars made lovely, completely prickle-free, rather healthy bushes but are "boring" in that they are single flowered and extremely fertile, forming hips from every flower. Now we have the Weeks' debacle with their mishandling of RRD, it is almost impossible for the layman to mail propagation material to the EU. I was able to get material through to The Netherlands, but Germany, years before this RRD issue, wouldn't accept it due to RRD fears. Now? Good luck.

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