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One of our earlier varieties and still a very worthwhile rose. It is closely related to the old Gloire de Dijon and it has inherited both its lovely glistening apricot color and its delicious fragrance. It forms a short bush, suitable either for rose bed or border. The flowers are at first attractively rounded, opening to a shallow cup. It has a remarkable and unusual fragrance with aspects of lilac and mimosa. The name comes from Shakespeare’s play,'Titus Andronicus'.
3 ft. x 3 ft.
3+ $25.15 each