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Ian Murray-Watson

I too planted this rose 3 years ago, with grave doubts, south facing but in poorish soil. Now in its third year it is truly magnificent. It flowers outside my study window from May to December, and is going to be over 4' by the end of this year with a beautiful rounded shape and covered in flowers at all stages of development. An absolute treasure.


Hi, Ian. Couldn't agree more. This year is the best so far and it's covered with blooms. Good things come to those who etc... Thank you for commenting.

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