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Could this be Symphony, the HP?

Posted by cweathersby NE TX 7b/8a (My Page) on
Tue, May 29, 07 at 16:42

I ordered Symphony a couple of years ago, meaning to order Austin's Symphony. I don't remember where I ordered it, but when it bloomed pink I just assumed it was mislabeled. But now I realize there is a Symphony that is a hybrid perp and I'm wondering if that is the rose they sent me.
Check out this bloom and tell me what you think.
Also, the buds look really weird because there are little leaflets that come off of the tip of the buds. I should have taken a picture of that since it is so unique.
The growth is VERY upright, the blooms just come at the very top, and I've just been chopping it down to keep it within the size I want. Maybe if it is a HP I should let it grow then peg it.
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