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Please help me ID this rose

Posted by jlee160 5 MI (My Page) on
Thu, Oct 13, 11 at 10:18

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I received in a trade- I couldn't wait for it to bloom. - it is so pretty! Thanks!


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RE: Please help me ID this rose

  • Posted by seil z6 MI (My Page) on
    Wed, Oct 19, 11 at 0:52

Can you tell us anything more about it? It's very lovely but without more info and pictures it's very hard to make a guess as to what it could be.


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RE: Please help me ID this rose

Is it scented?


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it is scented. few thorns. Sorry I don't have a lot.


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RE: Please help me ID this rose

Just a guess, by just a visual, it looks like David Austin's Tamora.

Here is a link that might be useful: David Austin/Tamora


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RE: Please help me ID this rose

  • Posted by seil z6 MI (My Page) on
    Sun, Jan 8, 12 at 14:28

That does look similar to Tamora, learn.


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RE: Please help me ID this rose

Hi jlee: It looks like Victorian Spice rose, an English Floribunda (it's on my buy-list). Your rose looks like Victorian Spice more so than Tamora (known for being very thorny). Victorian Spice smells sweet Damask, versus strong medicinal myrrh for Tamora. Below is a link to Victorian Spice.

Here is a link that might be useful: Victorian Spice or L'Aimant


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Looks more like Ann Boleyn

On second thoughts, that can't be Victorian Spice (has outer ruffles). It looks more like Ann Boleyn, a David Austin peachy pink which is more hardy and stays pink. Victorian Spice fades to lighter pink in sun.

Here is a link that might be useful: Ann Boleyn in HMF


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RE: Please help me ID this rose

Tamora looks right- thank you!


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