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Does anyone grow the green rose

Posted by joet1485 9LA (My Page) on
Wed, May 9, 07 at 15:18

I bought this bush from Antique Rose Emp. last season and have had great results with it. Does anyone else have it and how do you like. The cut roses stay fresh for a week or more. People just don't believe it's a rose. Or is it?
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RE: Does anyone grow the green rose

Thats about the most unusual rose you could grow! I almost ordered one from the uncommon rose but they were out of stock at the time and I havent got around to ordering it yet Good photos. Is it a great conversation piece in your garden?


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RE: Does anyone grow the green rose

Boy, That is definitely unusual. Is it considered a tropical? Shade or sun?
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RE: Does anyone grow the green rose

Looks like Viridiflora to me - it is a rose - a China rose that flowers continuously.


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