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Discussion id : 117-620
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Initial post yesterday by NewDawn
I just wanted to confirm that as a second year grafted plant it is probably 4.5' tall. It sent up huge basals in the spring, blooming later than others only to be eaten by deer. However, that did not deter it and it's COVERED in blooms once again. I'll be planting another two in this difficult bed at the foot of a hill with marginal sun ASAP! Also, I'm perplexed as to why noone smells any scent on this rose. While dead-heading I was wondering what had such a wonderful fresh fragrance when PP was the only thing in bloom. It turns out it was her!!!! The scent to my nose is strong clove. I wish I knew which group of roses is known for this; I've read it some where.
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Discussion id : 117-617
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Discussion id : 117-608
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Initial post yesterday by Jay-Jay
the -20 needs to be added to this rose. And it is Harry van de Pas. (not Van with a capital V)
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Reply #1 of 1 posted today by Patricia Routley
I have added the 20 to the name, Jay-Jay. But I am unable to alter the surname from Van de Pas to van de Pas. I have tried, but I think the database automatically capitalises surnames.
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Discussion id : 117-605
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Initial post yesterday by NewDawn
Available from - antique rose emporium
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