Swamp rose about to bloom

This everblooming sport of the North American native Rosa palustris gets better every year. It’s about six feet tall and six wide, a nice sphere of delicate foliage that stays full all season and is never without bloom.

It smells light, delicate, and heavenly. And it’s thornless.

I got mine from Antique Rose Emporium in Texas.

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