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Initial post today by bonbon
Recent photos of the Heritage Section of this Queensland State Rose Garden.
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Initial post today by bumblekim
I bought at the Agway in Ithaca, NY June 2019. I like the flowers when they are fresh, but not my favorite as the bloom ages. They really lose their color. But for a extremely hardy "yellowish" rose, it's worth it! The yellows are the hardest ones to make it through the winter in my zone.
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Initial post yesterday by Margaret Furness
Might be worth looking at Baronne de Rothschild 1968, which has a climbing form.
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Reply #1 of 1 posted yesterday by Cielle
I just learned about this rose and I don't want to get my hopes up but it does sound very similar. My rose is definitely a hybrid tea, very tall straight form about 5' high.
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Initial post yesterday by Jay-Jay
In the description and on the old plate, this rose is described and pictured as dark-red.
However all the photo's are of a pinkish bright "red" flower. I doubt whether that those photographed roses are the original 'Fran├žois Arago'
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