Roses in bloom

kitty58
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kitty58
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Joined: 11:51 PM - Apr 08, 2003

8:43 AM - Jun 10, 2018 #1

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This one is 
Large clusters of small, button-like, yellow flowers, paling to milk-white. Strong, fruity fragrance. Vigorous, dense, almost thornless growth. GeorgeᅠPaul, 1867.
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I got this for my 60th birthday A rose of delicate charm with beautifully formed flowers, which nod gracefully on the stem. When the petals open they expose numerous stamens, providing an almost water lily-like effect. The flowers are a pale glowing pink, shading to palest pink on the outer petals. There is a strong and delicious fragrance with aspects of Old Rose, musk and myrrh. The leaves are a pale greyish green and they stay on until late into the winter.
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C.A.
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Joined: 2:21 AM - Sep 22, 2002

5:48 PM - Sep 11, 2018 #2

I've just spotted your September photo comp piccie Kitty. A lovely selection of different types of roses you have.
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Taffy
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Joined: 7:18 PM - Sep 15, 2014

6:16 PM - Sep 11, 2018 #3

I think you posted these when my computer was starting to play up before it died.
Is the pink rose above the little single pink one Albertine?
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kitty58
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2:56 AM - Sep 13, 2018 #4

Sorry Taffy, only know the names of two. The yellowy white one is goldfinch and the last two is called the generous gardener



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