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"New Dawn"

Class: Rambler

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Garden Map Location # 61

 

Color: Blush pink
Blooms: Profuse blooms, semi double, yellow stamens, medium, clusters, remontant, creamy pink fades to white
Foliage: Shiny, healthy medium green
Fragrance: Moderately fragrant: fruity
Size (H x W): 12 x 10
Growth Habit: Rambler
Cultivation: Climbs if trained, tolerates poor soil, shade, heat and cold, vigorous, disease resistant. Good for hedging
Not Hardy North of: Zone 4
Origins: US: Dreer 1930
Parentage: Dr. W. Van Fleet sport (Hyb. Wichuraiana)
Notes: Plant Patent # 0001. New buds come in immediately behind existing blooms, when deadheading, just pinch off spent blooms. Good climber for a wall or trellis, large flushes of bloom in June and September, will cover large areas

 
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