Spindly, repeat blooming shrub roses with mostly smooth stems, bearing only a few reddish brown prickles, and glossy green foliage. They bear single to fully double, sometimes scented flowers, singly or in clusters of 3-13, in flushes from spring to autumn. {zone 7-10} One of the first chinas Old Blush is also known as Parson’s Pink China. [hybrids from Rosa chinensis]

  • Archduke Charles (rb) 1837
  • Comtesse du Cayla (ob) 1902 (f)
  • Cramoisi Superieur (rb) 1832 (f)
  • Ducher ( w ) 1869
  • Dutchfork China (rb) {found}
  • Eugene de Beauharnais (m) 1838 (f)
  • Green Rose (g) <1845
  • Hermosa (lp) 1840
  • Jean Bach Sisley (pb) 1899
  • Le Vesuve (pb) 1825
  • Louis Philippe (rb) 1834
  • Louis XIV (dr) 1859
  • ++ Mutabilis (pb) 1894
  • Old Blush (pb) 1752 (f)
  • Picayune (lp) <1843
  • ++ Pink Pet (mp) 1928
  • Slater’s Crimson (mr) 1790
  • ++ Spice ( w ) {found – Bermuda}
  • Yellow Mutabilis (my) 2010

Price $19


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