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Garden: Roses

Found this beautiful rose amongst all the plants that surround the new place we moved into, I love it!

By Stacey from West Jordan, UT

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Garden: Roses

That looks like the famous "Peace" rose, beautiful!
(06/25/2009)

By Mary T

Garden: Roses

My first thought is also the beautiful Peace rose, and it has been a favorite of mine, no matter how many "new" varieties come along. Enjoy its beauty. (06/26/2009)

By LJF

Garden: Roses

Is it fragrant? We have a fragrant pink rose that's a climber and I'm trying to grow more from cuttings. Just left comments on another post on this subject. It's worth a try, after all. What have I got to lose?

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Here's a how to, although I'm growing mine inside and not using jars. We'll see!

http://www.oldhouseweb.com/gardening/roses-propagation.shtml
(06/26/2009)

By Allison5

Garden: Roses

I have a rose just like that one and its a "peace" rose. and its very famous! (06/26/2009)

By jesikarena

Garden: Roses

Looks like you hit the jackpot. Lovely rose. (06/27/2009)

By LITTLE SUZY

Garden: Roses

I really like the perspective of your shot. (06/28/2009)

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