In light of there being so many pictures of roses going around under the name of 'Rose du Roi', I'm uploading some of my plant from Vintage Gardens, who propagated theirs as a reversion from 'Panachee de Lyon'. I've had to try and improve my poor photography to increase sharpness and decrease exposure, but no color alterations were made.This picture from May 2014 -- one year after planting it as an own-root band -- shows the gawky habit of 'Rose du Roi -- original' as a baby. The sprawling canes are extensions of the cutting from which the rose was produced, whereas the stout cane emerged from the roots.
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