Hering, Jim
July 2008
American Rose;Jul/Aug2008, Vol. 39 Issue 14, p52
The article features the miniature and Mini-Flora rose varieties chosen to receive the 2009 Award of Excellence (AOE) from the American Rose Society (ARS) in the U.S. Deja Blu is a mauve Mini Flora with light fragrance and good exhibition form, hybridized by Frank Benardella. Ambiance, also hybridized by Benardella, produces perfectly formed apricot flowers. Warm and Fuzzy produces red double blooms and deep glossy green foliage.


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