Moroccan Rose

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4 to 5 feet    Z6-11 O Fr mp

This upright shrub, "Moroccan Rose" was collected by an international rose rustler. He tells us that the original bush was found growing in Morocco, hence its unusual study name. Its is very reminiscent of the Hybrid Perpetual class in that its fragrant pink flowers are borne on the end of the long canes. The foliage is quite Damask-like, as are the many fine bristles found all along the cane. It seems highly probable therefore that this lovely rose belongs to the Portland class.