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Corallina rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Teenoisette
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Uploaded 22 AUG
Corallina rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of billy teabag
From 1913 series of Wills's cigarette cards (No 65) Text on reverse of card: CORALLINA. (Tea.) The buds are long and pointed, perfectly formed, and produced in the greatest profusion, especially during August and September. Vigorous in habit of growth and quite hardy, it makes a charming bedding rose. Should be slightly pruned, and will thrive best in a gritty soil. Introduced in 1901.
Uploaded 24 AUG 11
Corallina rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of scvirginia
Photo of 'Corallina' from Gertrude Jekyll's Roses for English Gardens, 1902.
Uploaded 11 NOV 16
Corallina rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of AmiRoses
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