Climbing Etoile de Holande?

hiclover(Sunset14)September 15, 2013

Can anyone help me ID this rose? It came with my aunt's house in Santa Cruz, CA. I'm guessing that it was planted no earlier than the 1950's, when the house was built.

Its fragrance is delicious, and it repeat blooms. It is usually disease free despite being only a few hundred yards from the ocean, in fact the foliage looks worse than usual in these pictures. Normally it takes dampness, salt spray, and neglect like a champ.

My best guess, from pictures and descriptions on the internet, is Climbing Etoile de Hollande. Anyone have other suggestions of what it might be?

More pictures, including pictures of the whole plant here:

Beach house rose pictures

Thanks for your input,
Marion

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seil zone 6b MI

Lovely rose, wish I could help ID it.

    Bookmark   October 19, 2013 at 6:44PM
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lelamsk(9a)

I had an Etoile de Hollande which looked like this. I lost it unfortunately but if you check on Google imaged. this really does seem to be that rose. hope so.. it is beautiful

    Bookmark   June 7, 2014 at 8:07PM
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