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"Heritage"

Class: English (Shrub)

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Garden Map Location # 85

 

Color: Blush pink
Blooms: Cupped, double, reflexed, medium, 40 petals, excellent remontancy
Foliage: Abundant, small, semi-glossy, dark green
Fragrance: Very fragrant, rose - fruity
Size (H x W): 5 x
Growth Habit: Upright-bushy, nicely formed shrub
Cultivation: Mildew and rust may be a problem, resists blackspot
Not Hardy North of: Zone 6
Origins: England: D. Austin: AUS- Austin Roses (Wolverhampton) 1984
Parentage: Seedling x Iceberg seedling
Notes: Nearly thornless canes. Heritage is named for the purity of color and the old rose perfection of it's cupped blooms.

 
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