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  • Stephanie Vickers

    Annie Laurie McDowell - thornless fragrant climber. Flowers sacrificing growth. High nitrogen fertilizer can be used to minimize flowering to let this grow. Some shade tolerance. Bred by Kim Rupert.

  • Georges Lombart

    Climbing Rose: Rosa 'Annie Laurie McDowell' (U.S., 2001)

  • SmallTwig Hues

    'Annie Laurie McDowell' is available at Ashdown Roses. ARS merit rating: NA Personal merit rating: 8.8 Likely USDA zones 6 to 10, zone 6 in a protected locat 10 to 15 feet tall. Fragrance: 4.0, very strong spicy/sweet fragrance! This rose came about as a selection from open pollinated seeds of Ralph Moore's 1954 Polyantha Climber 'Renae'. has larger blooms, with many more petals, on a sturdier plant. It has a spectacular Spring flush, w some bloom through the summer, & big display in the Fall

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