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Alba Odorata rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Jeri Jennings
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Rose photo courtesy of Cass
July 2007 bud of "Musgrove Mill," a found rose from Musgrove Mill, South Carolina that is the same variety as the rose considered to be 'Alba Odorata' in California
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Alba Odorata rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Jeri Jennings
<i>Rosa bracteata alba odorata</i> rose photo
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Rose photo courtesy of Cass
This is "Musgrove Mill," which I surmised was a hybrid bracteata from the bracts. I feel that the foliage has a certain resemblance to Rosa laevigata in the way the leaves are held upright.
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Alba Odorata rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Jeri Jennings
Alba Odorata rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Jeri Jennings
A huge, beautiful, thorny monster of a rose, with fascinating buds. JEri Jennings
Alba Odorata rose photo
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Rose photo courtesy of Jeri Jennings
Photographed in an old Gold Rush Era Cemetery.
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Rose photo courtesy of Cass
Fully open blooms measure about 3 1/2 inches (about 8.9 cm) and have a soft, sweet scent.
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