1960's Hybrid Tea; Conard Pyle source?

professorroush(6A)September 12, 2010

I'm trying to find the name of the rose pictured for a friend. It was planted by her mother sometime, by best recollection in the mid-late 1960's and might have been purchased as a Conard-Pyle rose. They asked me last fall to propagate what had basically dwindled to a single weak cane on the north side of their house and low-and-behold the first cutting took so it probably isn't too hard to grow from cuttings. It's definitely a hybrid tea and in fact it balls up a bit before it opens. If you look closely at the petals, there's a little darker vein here and there. Any ideas? The deep pink color of the pictures is accurate.

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professorroush(6A)

Oops, idiot me forgot pictures!

    Bookmark   September 12, 2010 at 12:20PM
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