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Rose photo courtesy of Philip_ATX
Acquired as Caldwell Pink, so named after the Texas location where it was "rustled," this rose starts blooming a few weeks later than most, but is completely free of any disease. This one is practically feral, doing its thing in Central Texas.
Uploaded 7 MAY
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Rose photo courtesy of Philip_ATX
Uploaded 21 APR
Sunny Sky rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Philip_ATX
A strong grower, and quite drought tolerant for its class, currently this is by far the healthiest HT in my no spray Central Texas garden. (The thrips, regrettably, like it too. This is the cleanest bloom currently.) Mine is over 4 feet tall, in a garden where most roses fall short of their purported size.
Uploaded 29 APR
Rose photo courtesy of Philip_ATX
Uploaded 21 APR
Basye's Legacy rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Philip_ATX
Uploaded 24 APR
MORgrapes rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Philip_ATX
Foliage in mid March showing new growth on a young plant in Central Texas
Uploaded 16 MAR
Basye's Legacy rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Philip_ATX
Uploaded 24 APR
Grape Jelly rose photo
Rose photo courtesy of Philip_ATX
Foliage (new and old) on unpruned plant, mid March. Central Texas.
Uploaded 16 MAR
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