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Initial post yesterday by Patricia Routley
Member Saintourist has said in a Photo Comment:
"this rose found in Vietnam with the name Old Rose 'Bạch Trà' , meaning: White Tea. No one know when it came to Vietnam. People use it to flavor tea."

This is a most exciting find. How did who decide that the rose was in fact the polyantha ''Princesse Wilhelmine des Pays-Bas' 1886? Had the name been passed down through family records? From the two photos, It certainly looks correct. However there was also a china rose called 'White Tea' from 1821. The style of flowering should tell.
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Initial post yesterday by Saintourist
this rose found in Vietnam with the name Old Rose 'Bạch Trà' , meaning: White Tea. No one know when it came to Vietnam. People use it to flavor tea.
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Reply #1 of 1 posted yesterday by Patricia Routley
I will respond further to the Comments for this rose.
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Initial post yesterday by Ozeboy
I have not used my nursery information for some time but want to have the ability to change initial details.

The Glenorie Roses site was set up by Margaret Furness on my behalf a few years ago and was closed due to Kangaroo and Wallaby damage. The property has now been securely fenced so would like to change the initial page rather than disturb Margaret.
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Reply #1 of 2 posted yesterday by Margaret Furness
Welcome back! I can't delete the bit about wildlife now (or take the apostrophe out of Miniatures), so maybe it wasn't me who set it up. Can't remember back that far.
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Reply #2 of 2 posted yesterday by Patricia Routley
Ozeboy, I have taken the "closed sign" off the hook and you should now be able to change any details. You might like to update the list of roses you have as well. Send me a Private Message if I can help in any way.
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Initial post yesterday by Andrew from Dolton
Two alternative names for this rose are, "Rosa alba flore simplici" and "Single White Rose", yet all the photographs and paintings show a semi-double rose.
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