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Huntington #2

Posted by kittymoonbeam 10 (My Page) on
Sat, Oct 5, 13 at 12:03

Peace with striking edges. I usually see this more softly blended so this is a fun change.


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Jardins Bagatelle had a strong sweet fragrance


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Golden Fleece


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South Africa with a mantis


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Kings Ransom

This was my neighbors favorite rose. She had planted one at every house she lived at until she passed away.


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Lilac Dawn


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satchmo from 1969


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Vogue from 1951


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City of Belfast


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An unknown rose from my garden


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Really nice. Your unknown roses are just beautiful.


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Super, Kitty! Thanks so much for sharing your Huntington experience with us!!! And your unknown garden rose is very lovely. :-)


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It was supposed to be a Royal Highness but its a rounded pale creamy-apricot rose. It's actually a good bloomer so I'm not complaining. I like the rounded Peace style shape of the open blooms too. Maybe one day I'll find out what it is.


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Great looking roses Kittymoombeam! :)


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Thank you for posting your pictures. Good to see "Jardins de Bagatelle" ~ very pretty!


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Thank you for sharing your rose photos.


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I love them all, the newest and greatest, the old timers, the antiques. So many roses look like some others and then you walk past something completely different that maybe does not bloom so often and enjoy being able to see it. Maybe that is the only time you will ever see it, who knows. So I put these pictures up so we can all see them.


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