A climber with apricot-yellow buds that open to shallowly cupped, many petalled blooms with a blend of apricot-pink and soft yellow. The large blooms are full and have 70 petals or more and during the season, repeat flowers. A delightful fragrance of myrrh, honey, and tea. Uses: trellis, wall, fence, obelisk, pillar, or pergola. Short, vigorous climber to 10 feet. Width: 2-3 feet. Exposure: sun. Water: moderate. USDA Z5-9. (2016)
ROSA 'Bathsheba' (=Auschimbley) (own root) (#ROSBAT5)
ROSA 'Bathsheba' (=Auschimbley) (own root)
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