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Help figuring out a creamy white/lt yellow rose edged in pink

Posted by texasrosie 7 (My Page) on
Tue, Apr 3, 12 at 22:09

Hi! I've recently joined the Garden Club, and to enter my roses in the Flower Show, I have to know what kind they are. They were here when we bought our 1931 Tudor house.

The roses look creamy white, almost yellow with a pink edge when in bud, but they open up to look quite pink. They grow in clusters, and are not very fragrant.

I read through the forum, and the closest thing I found to the color is "Peace" but the the bloom looks really different - the petals are more rounded and have more of a rosette in the middle.

I'm not sure what else would be useful to know, but happy to provide more information. Thanks for any help.

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RE: Help figuring out a creamy white/lt yellow rose edged in pink

  • Posted by seil z6b MI (My Page) on
    Thu, Apr 5, 12 at 19:24

I'm not sure what that is but it's definitely not Peace. It may be a David Austin rose from the shape of the bloom. Check out his web site.

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