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Images of two Species Roses

Posted by jujujojo none (My Page) on
Tue, May 14, 13 at 13:35

Pictures taken in Western China

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Compare the size to a male's fist.

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The environment - humid canyon

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RE: Images of two Species Roses

Hmm, the first one possibly either The China rose or R. laevigata.

The second one either R.ecae or hugonis.

RE: Images of two Species Roses

Oh, I like that canyon shot. Are you saying the roses bloom in the canyon?


RE: Images of two Species Roses

Posted by dublinbay z6 KS (My Page) on Fri, May 17, 13 at 18:54

Kate, yes. The geology of the canyons look like those in the Western US, but the weather is humid. Plants grow everywhere, even on the cliffs, forming forest.

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