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Don Juan rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Dusan
Uploaded 20 JUN
Don Juan rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Dusan
Uploaded 20 JUN
Don Juan rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Dusan
Uploaded 20 JUN
Don Juan rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Dusan
Uploaded 20 JUN
Don Juan rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Dusan
Uploaded 20 JUN
Don Juan rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Cori Ann - Norcal hot and dry 9b
Comparing a few dark purple-y pink/red roses that hold their color well, even with lots of heat and sun. In all the photos the aging blooms are toward the back. Younger ones are toward the front, so you can see the amount of fading. It has been very hot here unfortunately, already over 100 for a few days recently. Left to right: Don Juan (it’s red, but it can be dark purple-y red sometimes), Polarnacht rhododendron (not a rose, but gorgeous), Souvenir du Docteur Jamain, Falstaff, Black Baccara, Young Lycidas, Yves Piaget, Pretty Lady Rose.
Uploaded 3 MAY
Don Juan rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Dusan
Uploaded 20 JUN
Don Juan rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Cori Ann - Norcal hot and dry 9b
Comparing a few dark purple-y pink/red roses that hold their color well, even with lots of heat and sun. In all the photos the aging blooms are toward the back. Younger ones are toward the front, so you can see the amount of fading. It has been very hot here unfortunately, already over 100 for a few days recently. Left to right: Don Juan (it’s red, but it can be dark purple-y red sometimes), Polarnacht rhododendron (not a rose, but gorgeous), Souvenir du Docteur Jamain, Falstaff, Black Baccara, Young Lycidas, Yves Piaget, Pretty Lady Rose.
Uploaded 3 MAY
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