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Initial post today by hannes
HMF lists this rose as "Raspberry Ripple", Vintage Gardens (VG) had it in their catalogue as "Raspberry Ripples".

My plant came from VG and was labelled 'Flora' ["Raspberry Ripples"]. It is a lovely rambler, very healthy, very floriferous, grows well but is not completely cane-hardy in my climate. Sorry to say I don't have an idea about its true ID, the rose is quite different from those grown as 'Flora' in most of the large European collections. However, I can relate to why VG came up with the idea it might be Jacques' 'Flora' when they saw the rose in England as it is somewhat similar to the rambler Peter Beales and David Austin had as 'Flora'.
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Discussion id : 110-894
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Initial post today by Nastarana
This looks like one of the more interesting 'Abraham Darby' descendants.

Lovely colors.
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Discussion id : 110-888
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Initial post yesterday by Sonning
Grows very well against a warm north facing wall for me. Very vigorous and good first flush considering it receives almost no direct sunlight!
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Discussion id : 110-879
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Initial post yesterday by Michael Garhart
Crimson?
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Reply #1 of 1 posted yesterday by Patricia Routley
Someone at the National Trial Garden once thought so. I've changed that to deep pink.
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