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Carmine Pillar  rose photo courtesy of member billy teabag
Photo Id: 181561

From 1913 series of Wills's cigarette cards (No 58).
Text on reverse of card:

CARMINE PILLAR.
(Climbing Hybrid Perpetual.)
The flowers are produced in large trusses, with a background of delightful olive green foliage from early June until the second week in July. In habit of growth it is very vigorous, and makes shoots from 10ft. to 12ft. long in one season. Excellent for pillars, arches, screens, or for growing as a specimen plant in shrubberies. Introduced in 1895.

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