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Posted by brib86 MI (My Page) on
Thu, Jun 19, 14 at 12:17

Hello! I bought a house last spring with 10 plus beautiful roses in the yard. I have been doing my best keeping them healthy, even with the brutal winter killing most of them back to the ground. I would love to know what kinds some of them are. I am still wrapping my head around all the different varieties of roses let alone figuring out names. Here are some that have bloomed so far if anyone knows. Thanks in advance!


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between the winter and my wonderful pruning skills this one got a little uneven. Grows like crazy though! Sorry about the quality can get a close up if needed


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  • Posted by seil z6b MI (My Page) on
    Sun, Jun 22, 14 at 13:06

There are several yellow hybrid teas the first one could be. Maybe Midas Touch or Oregold.

the second one looks like Scentimental.

Is the third one a miniature climber?


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I guess? It is very bush but also grows up. Grows very fast. small white flowers, not much of a scent.


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The second one does look like a Scentimental.


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The 2nd one is either Scentimental or Julio Inglesias. How strong is the scent? How long do the blooms last?


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No.3 - could it possibly be a very new or cut-back-and-come-again White Banksia rose? Just a thought. Thornless, evergreen, flowers once only early in the season; best in a warm climate or a warm, sheltered spot, may smell faintly of violets.


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