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R. manettii rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Don H
Photographed on October 24, 2008 in Hartford, Connecticut. Scale of grid is 1 cm / 0.2 cm.
Manetti rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Cass
If your Manetti rootstock suckers, you might see new growth that looks like this.
R. manettii rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Don H
Collected from the Elizabeth Park Rose Garden and photographed on October 23, 2008. Grid scale is 1 cm / 0.2 cm.
Manetti rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Cass
One characteristic of escaped Manetti rootstock in California is badly sunburned canes.
Manetti rose photo
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Rose photo courtesy of Dove Cochrane
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Manetti rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Cass
In a fertilized garden, new canes show color in the spring.
Manetti rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Mel Hulse
Manetti rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Cass
Manetti typically blooms in clusters that fall off to the side.
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