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More beautiful Australian-bred roses

Post by Ozrosarian on 5th November 2011, 00:07

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A new lovely addition to the collection of roses I've bred last year. A cross between an English Rose and Alister Clark's. Strong growing, with an exquisite deep magenta colour, rosette in a charming chalice shape flower and on top of all, very intense myrrh and vanilla (heliotrope) fragrance.
Love it!
To me this rose is unusual and worthwhile. It not only has a strong fragrance so young, but because this is the only rose on the darker side of roses colour spectrum that carries along beautiful myrrh scent. All English roses that have myrrh scent are whites, pinks and pale yellows and if pale yellows, they invariably have a mix of tea scent too. This one is darkest of them all, perhaps thanks to its Australian parent.
Haven't been here for a while, so I hope you don't mind this baby news Very Happy
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Post by Admin on 5th November 2011, 00:29

Mind??? It looks great! Is it in the ground yet?

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Post by Ozrosarian on 5th November 2011, 00:35

It grows in its pot atm. Wanted to see if it's worthwhile, and then to go in the ground. I like it.
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