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gorgeous roses!


We have a Tuscan Sun Floribunda that looks very similar! It gets so many blooms and turns amazing colors. I am not familiar with the witches' broom virus. Must look it up now!


What a gorgeous rose! That virus was pretty bad in Oklahoma whwn we left five years ago, though my roses weren’t affected. I haven’t heard of it in our area.

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