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Rosa Glendora"Portland from Glendora" is a robust Damask Perpetual, building to a shrub of at least 6 feet tall and a bit less wide. It blooms in grand flushes through the season and generally makes an attractive shrub without a great deal of intervention by secateurs. The blooms are about 3" across, borne most often in small clusters, are shallowly cupped but reflex a bit at maturity. The color is generally a deep cerise-pink hue, but is variable in intensity according to climate. The fragra...

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Rosa 'Duchesse de Montebello' ~ France, 1824

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