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Countess of Stradbroke rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Nadene
Countess of Stradbroke. Photo by N. Edwards, taken on March 27, 2021 (Autumn). Site No. HRG167 B15. House of Representatives Tennis Court, Old Parliament House Gardens, Canberra, Australia. Photo 2 of 2
Uploaded 2 APR
Countess of Stradbroke rose photo
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Rose photo courtesy of Nadene
Countess of Stradbroke. Photo by N. Edwards, taken on October 29, 2020 (Spring). Site No. SG51 K10. Rex Hazlewood Garden, Old Parliament House Gardens, Canberra, Australia.
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Uploaded 3 FEB
Countess of Stradbroke rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Nadene
Countess of Stradbroke. Photo by N. Edwards, taken on March 27, 2021 (Autumn). Site No. HRG167 B15. House of Representatives Tennis Court, Old Parliament House Gardens, Canberra, Australia. Photo 1 of 2
Uploaded 2 APR
Countess of Stradbroke rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of HubertG
From the 1938 catalogue of Brooks & Son, Rose Growers, Modesto, California, page 14. The accompanying description reads: "COUNTESS OF STRADBROKE. For those who want perfection in a red Rose, this new climber from Australia will meet every requirement. In form the buds and flowers are second to none. The color is a beautiful shade of dark unfading red and has shown no tendency to blue with age. The plant is a moderate climber and has shown remarkable resistance to rose diseases. The flowers are carried on good stems for cutting and are produced throughout the growing season."
Uploaded 31 JUL
Countess of Stradbroke rose photo
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Rose photo courtesy of Nadene
Countess of Stradbroke . Photo by N. Edwards, taken on October 15, 2020 (Spring). Site No. SG84 J03. Senate Tennis Courts, Old Parliament House Gardens, Canberra, Australia. Photo 1 of 2
1 favorite vote.  
Uploaded 23 MAR
Countess of Stradbroke rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Margaret Furness
South Australia, zone 9b, late summer / early autumn. Thomas for Roses nursery.
Uploaded 7 MAR 18
Countess of Stradbroke rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Nadene
Countess of Stradbroke . Photo by N. Edwards, taken on October 15, 2020 (Spring). Site No. SG84 J03. Senate Tennis Courts, Old Parliament House Gardens, Canberra, Australia. Photo 1 of 2
Uploaded 23 MAR
Countess of Stradbroke rose photo
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Rose photo courtesy of Kebun
One of many Countess Of Stradbroke blooms, Melbourne 17 Oct 2015. Simply superb in every aspect
Uploaded 20 OCT 15
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