'Bicolor' rose Description
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White, pink streaks, stripes, flecks. [Purple - red, white reverse.] Medium, single to semi-double, semi-double (9-16 petals), reflexed bloom form. Once-blooming spring or summer.
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Two of the earliest Scotch Roses were called 'bicolor' or two-coloured; this record is for the smaller, single or semi-double rose. For the larger, more double rose, see Large Two-coloured Scotch, which may be the same rose as 'King of Scots'.