'Tsukushi-ibara' rose Description
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Rose-pink to light pink, yellow stamens, white center, ages to white . Single (4-8 petals), in large clusters bloom form. Occasional repeat later in the season.
Bushy. Glossy foliage. 11 leaflets.
Height: up to 5'7" (up to 170cm).
USDA zone 5a through 9b. Can be used for specimen or understock.
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Native to Japan. Rosa multiflora
Ohwi. Section Synstylae.
First described by Jisaburo Ohwi (1905–1977). Later named Rosa adenochaeta
Koidz discribed by Gen'ichi Koidzumi (1883–1953). It has been determined that Rosa multiflora
Ohwi is the correct name and that Rosa adenochaeta
Koidz is a synonym. Convention says that Latin names should be written in italics.