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Rose photo courtesy of Margaret Furness
“Almerta Mrs. Heggie’s Red Tea”. Winter, South Australia.
Uploaded 19 JUN 15
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Rose photo courtesy of Margaret Furness
“Almerta Mrs. Heggie’s Red Tea”. Not a sport. Spring, South Australia, zone 9b.
Uploaded 20 OCT 14
Rose photo courtesy of Margaret Furness
“Almerta Mrs. Heggie’s Red Tea”. Midsummer, South Australia, zone 9b. Beaute Inconstante is the nearest match so far for this rose.
Uploaded 8 FEB 15
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Rose photo courtesy of 16-Eichen-Rosenschätze
May 1014 in our garden
1 favorite vote.  
Uploaded 1 JUN 14
Rose photo courtesy of Margaret Furness
“Almerta Mrs. Heggie’s Red Tea”. Midsummer, South Australia, zone 9b.
Uploaded 8 FEB 15
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Rose photo courtesy of sghiribiz
Vienna, June 2013
3 favorite votes.  
Uploaded 10 JUN 13
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Rose photo courtesy of ken mayberger
The colors of this rose, how they change is a marvel. Many of the old tea roses of the 19th century have petals that are more translucent. This allows for a more delicate coloration of the opening bud, a more etherial quality to the flower. 2/7/'15
1 favorite vote.  
Uploaded 7 FEB 15
Rose photo courtesy of Margaret Furness
“Almerta Mrs. Heggie’s Red Tea”. Start of the season. South Australia, zone 9b. In transition phase from pale to red. Many blooms have paler guard petals, not particularly attractive.
Uploaded 4 OCT 12
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