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"Darlow's Enigma" rose References
Article (newsletter)  (Nov 2012)  Page(s) 17.  Includes photo(s).
The essence of the “found” rose concept is of a rose that has not received an Accepted Exhibition Name (AEN) from the American Rose Society. Once a rose has received an AEN, it is eligible for entry into rose show classes other than the “found” rose class. ‘Darlow’s Enigma,’ for example, was granted an AEN and thus moved from being a “found” rose to a rose eligible for classes in which Hybrid Musks may be entered.
Book  (2008)  Page(s) 68.  Includes photo(s).
Robert B. Martin Jr., Escondido, CA. Ten Roses for the Garden.
Darlow's Enigma ....the best of the hybrid musks is a mystery rose, named "Darlow's Enigma". It was originally a found rose attributed to Mike Darlow of Eugene, OR, who brought a specimen to Heirloom Roses, which released it to commerce in 1995. The parentage is unknown, but that it is a hybrid musk is beyond dispute.....
Book  (2007)  
Darlow's Enigma HMsk, w, Darlow. Includes description.
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