Vick's Caprice

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$19.95

1891

3 to 4 feet   Z5-11 R Fr pb

Mr. Vick found this striped flower sport on a 'Archiduchess Elisabeth d'Autriche' in his Rochester, New York garden in 1891. The flowers of 'Vick's Caprice' are large, fully double and cupped. Its most remarkable feature is the floral coloration - an irregular striping of soft pink and lilac with random flecks of white. Like its parent, it has an upright habit, soft green foliage, few thorns and an excellent fragrance. This rose is an ideal cut flower and adds interest to any floral arrangement.