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Posted by kathya11 NJ 7a/6b (My Page) on
Sat, Apr 29, 06 at 10:57

My husband planted a rose with a tag that's not readable,a dn threw out the J&P milk carton before I could make a not of the name for my database -- it's a floribunda (he -thinks- it's a yellow or yellow blend), and I can sort-of make out the registration -- it looks like JACzah. I'm waiting for my CRL to arrive, but in the meantime, can anyone help me figure out what this one is? Thanks!

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RE: JACzah?

Would it be JACzap? That's the patent name of "Outrageous". It's an orange floribunda. Here it is at HMF. Hope that helps!

Here is a link that might be useful: Outrageous

RE: JACzah?

I went out and looked at the tag again -- the impression is very faint (so faint that the name doesn't show at all), but it could be JACzap. He -thinks- he got Outrageous (it was one of the roses on my want list for this year) - we'll know when it blooms!

Thank you!

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