R. x. Richardii
David Austin Recommended Variety
|| Wild Roses and their Hybrids
|| Int. England, Paul
A rose of great historic interest, known as the 'Holy Rose of Abyssinia', where it has been planted from ancient times in the courtyards of Christian sanctuaries. Probably the rose portrayed in the Frescos of ancient Minoan Crete. A first class, low-growing shrub, with large, blush-pink, single flowers. 3 ft. x 4 ft. (Int. England, Paul 1902).
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