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Initial post today by Nastarana
'Ophelia Supreme' is mentioned by Charles H. Totty in the American Rose Annual 1918, p. 97 in glowing terms--improvement over the parent, etc.
In case it still grows somewhere:
"The color is a delicate rose, several shades deeper than the original Ophelia, the base of the petal being flushed with chrome-yellow, lighting up and imparting a brilliant shading to the heart of the flower. It averages about four petals more than Ophelia...the individual texture of the petals will be found much heavier than the original Ophelia."
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Initial post 26 JUL 08 by anonymous
Zone 6B? Where did that come from?
Reply #1 of 1 posted yesterday by Playing in the garden
I have successfully grown many Sarah's at 9000 ft. elevation in the mountains of northern New Mexico, a clear zone 4.
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Initial post 2 days ago by Silvermoss
My first Olivia rose from a bare root planted this year has 75 petals. Fragrance moderate rose.
Reply #1 of 3 posted yesterday by HMF Admin
It's great to get personal experience - thank YOU.
Reply #2 of 3 posted yesterday by Silvermoss
I’m trying to upload photos but is there a size limit or format type required?
Reply #3 of 3 posted yesterday by Margaret Furness
Jpeg up to about 2MB.
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Initial post yesterday by Cambridgelad
80 x 80
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