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Class: Tea

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Garden Map Location # 78


Color: Apricot & apricot blend
Blooms: Profuse, large, semi double, pointed buds, cupped, repeat
Foliage: Medium green, healthy, reddish when young
Fragrance: Strong fragrance
Size (H x W): 4-8 x 3
Growth Habit:
Cultivation: OK in Container
Not Hardy North of: Zone 7
Origins: France (1839) by Beauregard
Parentage: Parks' Yellow Tea-scented China x Desprez (uncertain)
Notes: Considered by some rose historians to be the first successful attempt to control parentage in roses through hand pollination. AKA: Aimé Plantier

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