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OGR ...maybe centifolia????

Posted by cupshaped_roses 5a (My Page) on
Wed, Aug 23, 06 at 18:31

OGR, blush pink full blooms. Once bloomer. Compact growth habit about 3 feet tall. Think its a centifolia rose but really havent got a clue. Maybe someone in the know can identify it from these pictures?:

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RE: OGR ...maybe centifolia????

Just from the leaves and bloom it could be gallica or centifolia or damask. There are many roses that will give you this kind of bloom. I think we need a little more information.
What kind of fragrance?
How do the canes look? What about thorns (color, shape, how big). Picture of the bud with sepals. What kind of growth habit?. You said compact but does it give suckers, are the canes upright or arching, etc.
Even with this additional information I don't think it is going to be an easy task.

RE: OGR ...maybe centifolia????


looks like Rosa x centifolia.

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