Roses forum→Help identify this rose please!

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Simi Valley, California
tamtamdragon
May 4, 2020 3:19 PM CST
This rose came from a cutting found in my grandfathers garden around 2005 (Richard Jackson, Romona California- he was a rose judge in the 1990's). I do not know how long he had the original plant. It has a very nice rose fragrance that you can smell when just passing by. Plant tends to have a few blooms on it continually all season. Hoping to find the name as I would like to plant a few more.




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Coastal Southern California (Zone 13a)
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jerijen
May 4, 2020 7:00 PM CST
You know, I would send these photos to Bob Martin, who is either President or immediate past president of the American Rose Society.

Bob probably knew your Grandfather well, and would have the best chance of IDing your rose.
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