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Pretty red to copper semi-double shrub rose

Posted by trudi_d 7, Long Island (My Page) on
Sun, Jun 18, 06 at 12:48

This is the first I've posted here, the forum was recommended for great advice.

The photo below is a semi-double red rose, it has a subtle tinting of copper. This is not an expensive plant, it was purchased in early Spring for $3.99 from National Wholesale Liquidators. In the center of the rose is a small flying insect that landed there just as I was taking the picture ;-)



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RE: Pretty red to copper semi-double shrub rose

does it have any scent? those hooked thorns look

RE: Pretty red to copper semi-double shrub rose

That could be hot cocoa......I know it can turn orangy right?

RE: Pretty red to copper semi-double shrub rose

It could be Fred Loads, modern shrub with upright growth to 7'. Flowers single to semi double,light vermillion to orange-pink, in large clusters ( I see buds around your bloom) reblooming.

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