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Crested Sweetheart rose photo
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Rose photo courtesy of Enrique Munoz Ramirez
Taken at my home in the east side of San Jose, California... sometime during the spring.
2 favorite votes.  
Lordly Oberon rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Enrique Munoz Ramirez
It's beautiful, but the plant has been growing awkardly: Just one single cane. I am going to cut it to the ground and hope this will stimulate much more canes and thus produce a better plant.
Renae rose photo
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Rose photo courtesy of Enrique Munoz Ramirez
This is growing up on my mail box-- There's this Indian woman who picks up her mail, and she tells me that she loves to pick a few flowers everytime so that she could put them in her granddaughter's hair. I'm glad to make her happy.
4 favorite votes.  
Gertrude Jekyll rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Enrique Munoz Ramirez
Everyone complains about her-- and she still gives them these types of blooms to those ingrateful folks... Oh well.
Rugosa #3 rose photo
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Rose photo courtesy of Enrique Munoz Ramirez
A bee enjoying its job.
1 favorite vote.  
Cotton Candy rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Enrique Munoz Ramirez
Cotton Candy is such a pretty rose. Yet it is mostly famous for being an important parent of miniature roses. It appears to take draught in strides. It grows on part of a gate that doesn't recieve much water because it tends to run off. It blooms once, but very heavily. It covers itself with tons of openly pollinated hips. Originally I got this from Paul Barden to use in my own breeding program, however I haven't used it. But eventually I will get to it...
Rugosa #3 rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Enrique Munoz Ramirez
Joan provided me this Rugosa # 3 several years ago. It will make openly pollinated hips for me, but my crosses on it fail all the time. We believe that my warmer climate has something to do with it. Nonetheless, this is a VERY lovely rose on its own. It's an appropriate height and the foilage is beautiful. This roses in the back ground are these: Sombriel, Lady Penzance, Greenmantle.
Lafollette rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Enrique Munoz Ramirez
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