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Sunday - March 25, 2007

From: Lincoln, NE
Region: Midwest
Topic: Seed and Plant Sources
Title: Sources of Rosa acicularis for research
Answered by: Damon Waitt

QUESTION:

I am a professor at the University of Nebraska and would like to obtain some Rosa acicularis plants to do research with. Can you tell me how to purchase them. Thanks.

ANSWER:

We found Rosa acicularis (prickly rose) in the catalogs of several nurseries (the one in bold is in Nebraska) and a propagation protocol at the Native Plant Network. Try contacting the following companies to check on availability:

Bow Point Nursery

Galetta Nursery

Lawyer Nursery, Inc.

Oikos Tree Crops

Aquatic and Wetland Company Wholesale Plant Nursery


Rosa acicularis

Rosa acicularis

Rosa acicularis
 

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