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'George Vancouver' rose

, : 'George Vancouver' rose. HortScience 30(1): 146

Developed from a cross between L83, having the winter hardy Rosa kordesii in its parentage, and E10, a breeding line of complex ancestry including R. kordesii, R. spinosissima and R. laxa, this Explorer-type shrub-rose with upright growth habit produces medium-red flowers that fade to pink at the fully-opened stage. Flowers average 60 mm in diameter and comprise about 24 petals. George Vancouver produces hips under open-pollination amidst abundant, dark green, glossy and leathery foliage.

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