July 2009
American Rose;Jul/Aug2009, Vol. 40 Issue 4, p20
This article offers information on several varieties of pink roses that are found in the U.S. It includes the floribunda Betty Prior, the shrub Polonaise, the hybrid tea Paddy Stephens, the hybrid tea LeAnn Rimes and the shrub Greetings. Information is also provided on the origin of each variety, key characteristics and the awards and recognitions won.


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