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Initial post yesterday by Ambroise Paré
This rose is rose de Meaux
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Initial post 6 days ago by Dewberry
If Dr. Huey were everblooming I’d want to plant it everywhere. I love this rose. I bet a lot of people have a sentimental attachment to this rose because of nostalgia for their childhood. It’s beautiful, and I have more memories of old houses and landscapes half wild than of well-trimmed gardens. Dr. Huey is free simplicity and innocence to me.
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Reply #1 of 1 posted yesterday by Palustris
You would love New England in the Spring when the once blooming roses are at their best. In old neighborhoods almost every yard has a 'Dr. Huey' blooming profusely where the original rose scion died leaving the rootstock to happily thrive with abandon.
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Initial post yesterday by Future F
I have got my first rose from Heirloom rose. Unfortunately, the rose was not successful. (I do not blame Heirloom rose, because I ordered the wrong rose for my place, Pacific Northwest) However, I really appreciate their customer services. I was not knowledge about growing roses and had to ask so many questions. They responded me soon whenever I asked questions. I will do more researches and will buy another rose which is more suitable for my area from the Heirloom rose again.
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Initial post yesterday by Dad'sRoses
Available from - regan nursery
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