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Leander rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of AnnK NCalif
Uploaded 14 AUG
Leander rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Beth's Northern CA Rose Garden
23 JULY 2020
Uploaded 9 DEC
Leander rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of AnnK NCalif
Uploaded 14 AUG
Leander rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of AnnK NCalif
Leander's blooms are a soft blend of peach and pink, produced in clusters of tight buds that slowly open one after another. Blooming is staggered to such a degree that one cluster can last three to four weeks. The photos here are from week two. I don't have any other rose that blooms quite like this. In its first flush, Leander is about three to four feet tall (over 1 meter) but it must be staked before the second flush when canes can reach 7-8ft tall (2.5 meters). Leander is always moderately fragrant but this past spring it had the best scent of any rose in my garden. I kept visiting it over and over just to keep inhaling the fragrance!
Uploaded 13 AUG 20
Leander rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Bancar
Sweden
Uploaded 24 APR
Leander rose photo
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Rose photo courtesy of AnnK NCalif
Leander's blooms are a soft blend of peach and pink, produced in clusters of tight buds that slowly open one after another. Blooming is staggered to such a degree that one cluster can last three to four weeks. The photos here are from week two. I don't have any other rose that blooms quite like this. In its first flush, Leander is about three to four feet tall (over 1 meter) but it must be staked before the second flush when canes can reach 7-8ft tall (2.5 meters). Leander is always moderately fragrant but this past spring it had the best scent of any rose in my garden. I kept visiting it over and over just to keep inhaling the fragrance!
2 favorite votes.  
Uploaded 13 AUG 20
Leander rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Bancar
Sweden
Uploaded 24 APR
Leander rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of anonymous-382123
17-05-2020 Belgium by wl
Uploaded 17 MAY 20
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