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most recent 16 APR 16 HIDE POSTS
Initial post 15 APR 16 by true-blue
Graham Stuart Rose Book, 1994 edition - Page 183

'Frühlingsgold'. Kordes, Germany, 1937. 'Joanna Hill' x Rosa pimpinellifolia 'Hispida'. There is no doubt that in this rose we have a superlative plant which can hold its own in charm, fragrance, freedom of flowering, and growth with any flowering shrub. At the peak of its flowering period there is nothing more lovely in the garden, and fortunately it thrives in any soil. Its great arching branches, freely but not densely set with leaves, carry along their length large, nearly single flowers of warm butter yellow, with richly coloured stamens, fading in hot weather to creamy white. It has a glorious, far carrying fragrance. In some seasons it produces a September crop of flowers, but is usually only spring flowering. Its spiny stems recall its R. p. 'Hispida' parentage. 6 feet by 7 feet.
Reply #1 of 1 posted 16 APR 16 by Patricia Routley
Thanks true-blue
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