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|Floribunda Rose named "Emma"
Written by Patricia AA
(2/25/2011 10:26 a.m.)
in consequence of the missive, Horticulture?, penned by Rabab
"Emma"-Floribunda, bred in UK in 1980 by Colin Pearce. It's bloom is a dark pink, double bloom with 17-25 petals and a strong fragrance. Its parentage is "Chanelle" x "Prima Ballerina" and it has 97 roses in it's bloodline."
Lol-certainly someone described Emma in a prior post as possibly a "dark" beauty with a pink tinged complexion. We all know she has strong opinions, and her bloodlines are good!
Let's all plant an "Emma" in our gardens!
btw, there is also a minature rose available called "Little Emma", but it was bred in the U.S.--Perhaps a good sequel rose!
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