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Rose photo courtesy of Patricia Routley
460-014. Own roots at Northcliffe, WA Feb 16, 2018. Came as "Agnes Smith" from Araluen, WA. in 2004. New cutting-grown plants.
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Rose photo courtesy of HubertG
An opening bloom of 'Agnes Smith'.
Uploaded 9 FEB
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Rose photo courtesy of Patricia Routley
460-0007. Own roots at Northcliffe, WA Dec 5, 2010. Came as "Agnes Smith" from Araluen, WA. in 2004.
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Rose photo courtesy of HubertG
The tea I acquired years ago as 'Agnes Smith'. It's very free flowering, usually little more than semi-double but under good conditions produces fully double blooms with many central petaloids. The fragrance, though not pronounced, is good and unlike any other tea rose I've smelt.
Uploaded 9 FEB
Rose photo courtesy of HubertG
"Agnes Smith" , Jan 2018, midsummer, Sydney, Australia.
Uploaded 29 MAY
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Rose photo courtesy of HubertG
The tea I acquired years ago as 'Agnes Smith'. It's very free flowering, usually little more than semi-double but under good conditions produces fully double blooms with many central petaloids. The fragrance, though not pronounced, is good and unlike any other tea rose I've smelt.
Uploaded 9 FEB
Rose photo courtesy of HubertG
An opening bloom of "Agnes Smith". When the buds open like this they always remind me of Comtesse de Labarthe. March 2018
Uploaded 19 MAR
Rose photo courtesy of Margaret Furness
South Australia, zone 9b, early summer.
Uploaded 14 DEC 16
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