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Fragrance: Much Ado About Nothing?
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Initial post 8 SEP 05 by Anonymous-797
Your article is excellent, factual and illuminating. I am reminded of a statement of a friend who shares your sentiments: "A rose without perfume is an unforfilled promise." Al
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Initial post 7 JUL 05 by Unregistered Guest
Kudos on this article. I have always felt that a non-fragrant rose is not quite a rose, in the truest sense of the word!
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Initial post 14 JUN 05 by Terre
Hello Kim,
Care to take an educated guess at an old rose whose most distinctive characteristic is an overpowering scent of cloves?! It looks like Rosa moschata. I haven't mastered the digital camera thing yet so can't supply you a photo.
Reply #1 of 1 posted 14 JUN 05 by Rupert, Kim L.
Hi, Terre. Sorry, not without seeing it first. Nothing comes to mind with just the fragrance hint. Kim
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Initial post 7 JUN 05 by agedog1
WELL! Now I know why some of my Chrysler's don't have the scent others do. My older Chrysler's have such pleasant scents. Also I have fallen in love with my numerous Double Delights fragrance. What a wonderful aritcle and I love the click on's!
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