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Old Hybrid Tea
Species, or "wild", roses adapted and survived without coddling by humans and
therefore have developed according to their native habitat. Species roses reproduce true
from seed, while hybrid species do not. These roses are vigorous, usually exhibit
excellent disease resistance, and most bloom only once yearly. They make an excellent
choice for naturalizing. These roses are supremely adapted to what nature intended,
survival. Not to have one or two in the garden would be a mistake.
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