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"Pilarcitos" rose References
Article (newsletter)  (Nov 2012)  Page(s) 23.  
“Pilarcitos.” (2008, Pacific Rose Society Rose Show) “Pilarcitos” was discovered by Frances Grate several decades ago presumably in the Half Moon Bay area. It is usually classed as a Noisette (although Vintage Gardens classifies it as a Tea-Noisette). The plant sports white flowers with an occasional spring touch of blush in sprays tightly pressed together with less room to spare than a dime between the blooms. The blooms are well formed, and usually borne in clusters over a long season stretching well into the fall. A spicy tea fragrance emanates from the sprays that have a fairly long vase life when cut....
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Pilarcitos, N, w; flowers cream colored, well-formed, full, borne in clusters, moderate, spicy tea fragrance; free-flowering
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