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R. wichuraiana rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of hmfusr
22-11-13 State Rose Garden of Victoria in Werribee
Uploaded 11 JUN 14
R. wichuraiana rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Patricia Routley
152 012 Presumed to be R. wichuraiana. Own roots at Northcliffe Jan 13, 2014. Foliage.
Uploaded 12 JAN 14
R. wichuraiana rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of hmfusr
22-11-13 State Rose Garden of Victoria in Werribee
Uploaded 11 JUN 14
R. wichuraiana rose photo
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Rose photo courtesy of Jay-Jay
2013-06-05 Frontyard, same plant as last years. Now covering a vast area.
1 favorite vote.  
Uploaded 5 JUN 13
R. wichuraiana rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Jay-Jay
2014-06-07 Frontyard
Uploaded 7 JUN 14
R. wichuraiana rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Patricia Routley
R. wichuraiana 010, Own roots at Northcliffe February 11, 2013. The normal blooming of R. wichuraiana roses (Excelsa, Dorothy Perkins) in my garden is early December. This possible R. wichuraiana rebloomed in early February (late summer) with about three clusters.
Uploaded 20 FEB 13
R. wichuraiana rose photo
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Rose photo courtesy of Jay-Jay
2014-06-07 Frontyard
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Uploaded 7 JUN 14
R. wichuraiana rose photo
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Rose photo courtesy of Patricia Routley
R. wichuraiana 009. We know all about the feathery stipules of R. multiflora, and it therefore gives surprise to find that R. wichuraiana also has feathery stipules. (If this foundling is R. wichuraiana, of course)
2 favorite votes.  
Uploaded 20 FEB 13
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