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Old? white climber

Posted by serinus 11 (My Page) on
Wed, Jan 25, 06 at 16:07

Here's another unknown rose that I wish to know its true identity. Another commonly grown "old"? rose in Puerto Rico. Once again sorry for the awful image!. This one is a very vigorous climber with clusters of pure white flowers about 1.5 to 2 inches in diameter and mild fragrance. This one is a little more prone to black spot and other leaf diseases than other antique roses that grows in our hot humid climate, but still grow and thrive in our climate. I would love to know what this one is. Thanks!

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