In some ways, the Dick Clark rose is similar to Cherry Parfait. With its swirls of white to creamy-white, the blush to burgundy blooms will delight any rose-lover. The bushy plans are easy to grow and said to be disease-resistant. There is a moderate cinnamon-spice fragrance that were hybridized in 2011 by Carruth/Bedard. The buds are long, pointed and of an heirloom elegance. They are double and classically formed ~ something your Grandma may have liked, if you had a grandmother who loved roses. Petal count is 30. Stems are long and foliage is highly glossy and deep green.
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