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R. Headlyensis

Category Wild Roses and their Hybrids
Bred By Warburg
Color Creamy-yellow
Flower Type Single
Hardiness Average
Fragrance Strong
Repeating None

Probably a R. hugonis x R. pimpinellifolia
'Grandflora' cross. Vigorous graceful growth with fine ferny foliage and handsome creamy-yellow single flowers, with a strong fragrance. Perhaps the best of the R. hugonis crosses. 9ft. x 12ft.

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