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Can you name this rose?

Posted by Columbine2012 5 (My Page) on
Tue, Oct 1, 13 at 0:44

This rose was planted by my grandma quite a few years ago. I am not sure what kind it is, it is growing next to a climbing rose and has a different shape and smell so I know they are two different types. This one flowers more and later in the season and smells sort of berry-like.

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RE: Can you name this rose?

  • Posted by seil z6b MI (My Page) on
    Sat, Oct 19, 13 at 18:40

It's a lovely rose! Probably a hybrid tea rose, maybe Mr. Lincoln. That one has a lot of fragrance.

You say the climber only blooms once a season and is red like this one? Is it smaller and have fewer petals? It's probably Dr. Huey a root stock used for many years. Not the best of roses but very vigorous so that's why it was used to root other roses on. The original climber has probably died off and the root stock took over in it's place.

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