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sweet, sweet smelling roses

Posted by buffygardner 08069 (My Page) on
Fri, Jun 1, 07 at 17:43

I am new to this site; I am interested in knowing about the sweetest smelling roses. At this time, I don't have any thing to exchange, but if you have sweet smelling roses, I truly am interested. Thank you very much. Jane


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RE: sweet, sweet smelling roses

Madame Isaac Pereire, Fragrant Cloud, Granada, Don Juan, and Veteran's Honor, and Belinda's Dream, and Judas the Obscure all have a very nice scent.


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RE: sweet, sweet smelling roses

We had a Don Juan that smelled like ketchup. Hopefully it doesnt usually smell like that?


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RE: sweet, sweet smelling roses

That would be dangerous around me. It would make me think of French Fries all the time, which I need like a hole in the head.


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RE: sweet, sweet smelling roses

"Judas the Obscure"..... lol thanks for the laugh. :D

Mary Magdalene smells oh so sweet and Sunset Celebration.


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RE: sweet, sweet smelling roses

I love the scents of double delight, melody parfumee', memorial day, bellaroma and outrageous. My plants are still very young though, not big enough to prune ;(


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RE: sweet, sweet smelling roses

I love the Hybrid Musks; especially Cornillia, I also have a shrub rose called Suzanne that has a wonderful spicy smell


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RE: sweet, sweet smelling roses

chrysler imperial smells well, as does double delight.
memorial day, some, but not like the other two. I rarely can smell roses, but both of these I can. They both do well in vases also.

Weldon


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