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Rose photo courtesy of Margaret Furness
Found rose "Ma Lovelock's". Red new growth may lack prickles.
Uploaded 5 OCT
Cloth of Gold rose photo
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Rose photo courtesy of scvirginia
photo of Cloth of Gold growing in Victoria, Australia published in The Garden, January 26, 1901, p.57; scan courtesy of Biodiversity Heritage Library
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Uploaded 1 SEP 17
Rose photo courtesy of Margaret Furness
Found Rose "Ma Lovelock's". Spring, South Australia, zone 9b. Some buds have a red stripe.
Uploaded 5 OCT
Cloth of Gold rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of CybeRose
Beauties of the Rose (1850)vol. 1. Henry Curtis
Uploaded 24 AUG 17
Rose photo courtesy of Margaret Furness
Found rose "Ma Lovelock's". Not sure whether this is Chromatella or Rev T C Cole. Those who grow both say that "Ma Lovelock's" doesn't flower at the same time as Chromatella, and is taller growing. Mine is a medium climber. Red new leaves in spring.
Uploaded 5 OCT
Chromatella rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of passiflora
Roseto Botanico Carla Fineschi Cavriglia - Toscana - Italia- 13 Maggio 2017
Uploaded 13 MAY 17
Rose photo courtesy of Margaret Furness
Early spring, South Australia, zone 9b. Found rose "Ma Lovelock's"; not sure whether this is Chromatella or Rev T C Cole. Very hard to strike from cuttings. Flowers are large, to about 12cm, and fade to cream.
Uploaded 5 OCT
Chromatella rose photo
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Rose photo courtesy of passiflora
Roseto Botanico Carla Fineschi Cavriglia - Toscana - Italia- 13 Maggio 2017
Uploaded 13 MAY 17
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