This rose was sent to me from Rogue Valley Roses as ‘J.B.M. Camm,’ a Bourbon, but I suspect it to be the Hybrid Perpetual ‘Rev. J.B.M. Camm.’ It is as pictured in their online catalogue but not the lovely, pale salmon pink in the photos from Europe of ‘J.B.M. Camm’ on HMF. Instead it is a voluptuous globe of bright rosy pink carmine as described for the Rev. Very fragrant. There is, perhaps, a photo from Lee Sherman under ‘J.B.M. Camm’ which might represent the Rev., as well, and even some color descriptions in the entries in References, from the 19th cent. indicate some understandable name confusion. So, I’ll put it here for now, but no wish to contribute to further confusion! (Photo taken June 6, 2118, in Fort Bragg, northern California coast.)
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