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'Lindsay's Rose', Bred by Paul Barden, 2002.

'Lindsay's Rose'I have named this rose 'Lindsay's Rose' for my niece. Bred from "Penny Ante" and 'Loving Touch', this seedling is one that I have been evaluating for 3 years now. It makes an 18" plant that is stocky and full. Blooms are produced singly and in large candelabras of up to 25, perhaps more. There is a soft yellow heart to each bloom, but the overall impression is one of cream-white. It may prove to have virtues as an exhibition rose, which I plan on testing this Spring!

Introduced by The Uncommon Rose in Spring 2003.

ARS merit rating: N/A
Personal merit rating: 8.0
Hardiness: Likely USDA zones 5 through 10, requiring protection in zones 5 and 6.
Shrub size: approximately 18" to 24" tall.
Fragrance: 1.0, slight tea scent.

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