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Mabel Morse  rose photo courtesy of member billy teabag
Photo Id: 112788

From 1926 series of Wills's cigarette cards (No 30)

A very beautiful rose. The flowers are well formed, freely and continuously produced, and are sweet scented. Its habit of growth is vigorous and branching, it is almost mildew proof, and a first class bedding or decorative rose. Should be pruned sparingly early in March, and all unripe wood carefully removed. Introduced in 1922, and awarded the Gold Medal of the National Rose Society.

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