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anyone heard of this rose ...?

Posted by vieja z7NM (My Page) on
Fri, Oct 2, 09 at 19:43

My favorite rose is one I bought some years ago at a local nursery ... it is called "Gardens of The World" & has pinkish red, white flowers & blooms continuously all summer. I have to cut it back several times as it will get over 5-6 ft. tall & 4 ft. diameter big 'bush' completely covered with blooms! Has anyone ever heard of this rose? I was told once that it was grown for only a couple of years & then was not to be made available again by the developer.


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RE: anyone heard of this rose ...?

it's list on helpmefind

Here is a link that might be useful: help me find


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RE: anyone heard of this rose ...?

You may want to post this over on the main Roses Forum with the subject "Gardens of the World". Many more folks over there and a few will probably be able to tell you their experiences.


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