About the third week in June, I made the acquaintance of a lovely lady through the Internet and propagating roses. One thing led to another and I sent her a package of cuttings she found interesting and a few I asked her to test for me. Two weeks after sending the package, she emailed me with the following photos showing her success.
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Mutabilis cuttings callused after two weeks of being wrapped, late June to early July.
"Sally's Sister", now referred to as Yellow Sally, callus after two weeks.
This is a seedling I've called "Carlrunhat" Seedling # 3. It contains a Robert Rippetoe seedling of my Carlin's Rhythm crossed with Home Run, pollinated by Grandmother's Hat, a wonderful found rose that grows and performs beautifully in much of Southern California. Carlin's Rhythm is my cross of Lilac Charm and Basye's Legacy. Through Home Run, this seedling has Knock Out as a grandparent.
Basye's Thornless Wichurana showing how eager it is to root!
Mae's handiwork, waiting for further growth and development. Please, keep us informed how they do for you, Mae, and thank you!