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Rehoming the other rose bush
Now in plain 10 gal. Bucket. As you see very healthy and produce very nice flowers.
Firs bloom is done, all cut down, waiting for the other bloom time.
Now about 8 f tall with bucket, heavy.
See how big main trunk is!!!
Queen Elizabeth' is a tall, narrow upright shrub, 5 to 10 ft (150—305 cm) in height with a 3 to 4 ft (90—182 cm) spread. Blooms have an average diameter of 4 to 5 in (10—12 cm) with large, full petals (26 to 40)Flowers are pale pink and darker pink on petal backs. Flowers come in large, open clusters of 3—15, and have a moderate, sweet fragrance. The flowers have a high-centered to cupped bloom form. Buds are pointed. The leaves are large, leathery, and dark green with rounded leaflets. The plant's sturdy, upright stems make it a popular cutting rose. It is a vigorous rose with thick stems and large prickles, and grows well in poor soils. The plant is very disease resistant and blooms in flushes from spring through autumn
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