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Initial post 18 MAR 08 by rachelsgardener
I love the color, form, and fragrance of these flowers!! The fragrance truly does remind me of lilacs - glad to know someone else has thought so too.

Sadly, Always a Lady has no immunity to rust in our area, so she has been given to a friend outside the rose-rust belt.
Reply #1 of 3 posted 2 days ago by timdufelmeier
Only rose that I'm aware of that clearly smells like lilacs.
Very full flowers too!
Reply #2 of 3 posted today by jedmar
There are several others which have lilac fragrance in combination with other fragrances, however 'Lilac Dawn' and 'Scentsational' are described as lilac only. Try!
Reply #3 of 3 posted today by timdufelmeier
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Initial post today by Elizabethspetals
What a beauty. It sure is perfect! I thought perhaps it might do well in my alkaline clay, but after further research, I don’t think CdC is suitable for my So CA climate. Too bad. You’ve grown a gorgeous specimen there, Straw! Lisa
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