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Rose photo courtesy of HeathRose
This is a rose I purchased from Reliable Roses as Anais Segalas. I noted that they also were selling Belle de Crecy and I wanted to purchase it so I could compare both but they were sold out. I have uploaded these photos also to Anais Segalas as unsure about its actual identity. I really love this rose, it flowers for an extended period, has a lovely sweet scent and the flowers fade to a lovely lavender pink colour to a greyish lilac mauve I guess? Looking forward to it growing bigger! (Note my leaves don't look that healthy as my pH was off but now that I have amended it new leaves are very healthy looking and this rose looks to be very resistant to blackspot.)
Uploaded 4 JAN
Rose photo courtesy of Margaret Furness
Mid-spring, South Australia, zone 9b. Rose known as Anais Segalas in Australia and NZ, may be incorrect. It is more mauve than the photo reproduces.
4 favorite votes.  
Uploaded 23 OCT 17
Rose photo courtesy of bibi
The different steps of the blooming with the different shades.
1 favorite vote.  
Uploaded 31 JAN 21
Rose photo courtesy of Sandie Maclean
Spring 2008
Uploaded 13 JUL 09
Rose photo courtesy of bibi
That is my found rose from the far west of Britta ny in France. We can find this rose in different villages but it is still not identified. It is early blooming, mid april.
Uploaded 31 JAN 21
Rose photo courtesy of Sandie Maclean
Melbourne Australia Spring 2008
Uploaded 13 JUL 09
Rose photo courtesy of Margaret Furness
South Australia, zone 9b, mid-spring. Rose known in Australia as Anais Segalas, possibly incorrect.
2 favorite votes.  
Uploaded 23 OCT 17
Rose photo courtesy of Margaret Furness
This rose used to be a common foundling in damper areas of the Adelaide Hills, and was identified for us as Anais Segalas; however, Californian visitors questioned the ID. The colour is very hard to photograph, and neither of my photos is quite right. I wonder if two different roses are currently using the name. Whatever it is, it's lovely; good perfume, some bristles but not prickly as such. It suckers widely, and will climb through other shrubs. I haven't seen hips on my plant.
Uploaded 23 JUN 09
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