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Initial post yesterday by CybeRose
The Garden: An Illustrated Weekly Journal of Horticulture in all its Branches, 41(1101): 554 (Dec 24, 1892)
TOO-MUCH-ALIKE ROSES
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Mme. Bérard and Beaute de l'Europe I have grown side by side, both indoors and out, and fail to distinguish the slightest difference.
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Initial post yesterday by Maurizio Usai
Aahahahha Billy! I was just thinking about what rose to plant near it - And on the list there's 'Lady Roberts' of course! Gorgeous picture!
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Initial post yesterday by Maurizio Usai
Beautiful plant! Hope mine gets that big !
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Initial post yesterday by Maurizio Usai
This is un update of my opinion on this rose: this is a STUNNING variety and I can't believe it's not widely grown!!

I lost my first plant of it because of intense drought in my garden at La Pietra Rossa - it was in a pot.

I planted two JW in my new garden in Petra Majore, and they are the most incredible performers there. I'm really impressed. Continuous bloom even in the middle of our summer heat ( and this year August and July were hot as hell!); the fruity scent is overwhelming, you can easily detect it from distance in the morning, or when temperatures are cooler. The flowers are born in great abundance and have the most lovely shape and colour.
Two years old plants are now approx 1,2 m tall to 1,5 m wide but I think they could easily double this size given time.
Very healthy.
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