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Sonoma rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of TerraRosa
August 6, 2013, Santa Rosa, CA. Sonoma, still in the pot awaiting planting but blooming happily just the same. It's still quite small so it's hard to tell what the habit will be like.
Uploaded 6 AUG 13
Royalty rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of TerraRosa
I dug this rose up from my Grandfather's rose garden in Mendocino after he died. Luckily, it still has the patent tag on it, so I have made a positive identification of this rose. It is a small, low growing plant in our climate and is quite prone to mildew. I grew this rose in Oakland for years, where it struggled with low sun and medium temperatures. It is now in my new garden in Santa Rosa, which is much hotter and sunnier, so it is doing better, but is still crabby about morning fog. Santa Rosa, CA July 17, 2009
Uploaded 17 JUL 09
Sonoma rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of TerraRosa
August 6, 2013, Santa Rosa, CA. Sonoma, still in the pot awaiting planting. It is a rich coral pink, very pretty.
Uploaded 6 AUG 13
Royalty rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of TerraRosa
Sometimes Royalty's flowers are single on long stems, sometimes they appear in clusters. Santa Rosa, CA — July 17 2009
Uploaded 17 JUL 09
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August 6, 2013, Santa Rosa, CA. Sonoma, still in the pot awaiting planting. It is a rich coral pink, very pretty.
Uploaded 6 AUG 13
Phyllis Bide rose photo
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Rose photo courtesy of TerraRosa
Oakland, CA July 17, 2009 Inspired by the old standards in the Oakland Rose Garden, I trained Phyllis Bide over a steel umbrella stand. Here is how it looked this spring. Sadly, we have sold this house and the rose was too happy to move, so this picture is a fond farewell.
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Uploaded 17 JUL 09
TerraRosa member photo
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August 6, 2013, Santa Rosa, CA. Here is a photo of the rose Sonoma. It is still in the pot waiting planting in my garden, but blooming happily.
Uploaded 6 AUG 13
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