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"La Isla Bonita rose Description
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Photo courtesy of Hortus
HMF Ratings:
1 favorite vote.  
Origin:
Discovered by Cà Berta (Italy, before 2015).
Class:
Found Rose, Hybrid China.  
Bloom:
Purple, crimson center.  220 to 260 petals.  Average diameter 2.25".  Medium, very full (41+ petals), quartered bloom form.  
Notes:
Seems similar to the description of ‘Provins a fleur pourpre violet’
Seems similar to "Ruth's Steeple Rose", and "Brooks Gallica"
Seems different to 'Frederic II de Prusse' and 'Red Runaround'

BLOOM: Colour: Crimson center, purple outer. Not marbled. Opening flat, then convex. 5-6cm. Styles 60 to 100
Petals 220 – 260.
SEPALS sometimes foliate
RECEPTACLE: Glandular or smooth?
STIPULE: Red center, edges pedicellate glandular, tips divergent.
CANES: glands and small thorns
PRICKLES : small, slightly pointing downwards
LEAVES: Young look china (new growth red?), older look gallica
 
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