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White single bloom rose ID help needed

Posted by elemire 8b Netherlands (My Page) on
Sun, Jan 23, 11 at 15:32

I have seen this one growing in some garden around here, it seems to be quite unique, so I got quite curious who she is:


First blooms on it, seems to bloom with the earliest flushes (but later than early yellows). Does a big spring flush, then scattered bloom till the autumn.


It is best shot of the bush that I have. The wood is dark red-brown, both old and new growth, completely thornless, foliage is smallish. Completely healthy. Bush size is about 6 feet and it is rather old bush by the looks.


Close up of flowers, they are rather large, 5 inches or so. Fragrance I did not smell, but it was very dry when she had full flush.


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RE: White single bloom rose ID help needed

  • Posted by bboy USDA 8 Sunset 5 WA (My Page) on
    Wed, Feb 9, 11 at 13:49

Resembles 'Nevada'.


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