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Friday, February 24, 2012

Rosa China Apple Green

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This rose cultivar was photographed at Floria 2011. The display label reads as "Rosa China Apple Green". I really like this shade of green and the shape of the petals which are wavy at the edges.

I wonder if it is a Chinese Rose or China Roses?

I am wordless today because I don't know anything about this rose. Meanwhile, I truly appreciate the
beauty of this rose.




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“Rosa China Apple Green Rose”, a copyrighted post, was written for My Nice Garden blog by Autumn Belle @ http://www.mynicegarden.com/ on February 24th, 2012.

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This is my entry for Fertilizer Friday, hosted Glenda for hosting it at Tootsie Time.

19 comments:

  1. That is a pretty Rose. There is just something about the simplicity of a yellow Rose.
    Cher Sunray Gardens

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  2. The rose is gorgeous, Autumn Belle!
    Beth

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  3. I hope you can find a China Apple Green rose, Autumn Belle. I searched and came up with nothings except a link that didn't work.

    It's lovely.

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  4. To me it looks like yellow green and a rose, I think, in whatever shade is beautiful. However, i don't attempt to grow it anymore as I am sure it will die from neglect, haha! I love your compositions. Do you know that i have drafted a post with all red photos, but not of roses as i don't have access to rose gardens!

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  5. This is really lovely rose! They look so beautiful!

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  6. What a fascinating color for a Rose! That would be so pretty with some fuchsia Impatiens around it. Or of course standing alone it's a stunner!

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  7. absolutely gorgeous share this week!!! great photos!!
    Thanks so much for linking into my little party this week...I hope you will again soon!!! I just love seeing the things everyone shares each week!
    Hugs from Alberta Canada!
    I shared your post on Tootsie Time's facebook page!
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  8. This rose is very pretty. I especially like the picture of the bud, so lovely.

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  9. At the first look - it looked like a yellow hibiscus.
    Almost the identical of the First Blog picture of the red hibiscus picture.

    Hope they are the hardy ones - mine are just too stubborn to die.
    hahahaaa...

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  10. WOW, I love that rose. It looks yellow green to me too, really fascinating and lovely.

    FlowerLady

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  11. I am partial to yellow roses. That one is a beauty and is so delicate looking. Hope you find one like it at home.

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  12. Love that color! Almost chartreuse. It would make a nice combination with other roses or companions, too.

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  13. I like the looks of those wavy petals too. It looks even more special.

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  14. The rose is really beautiful, so pretty and elegant looking!

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  15. Everybody loves roses.

    The bug too.

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  16. I absolutely love the colour. It's just so something I would love to paint my room up in. Thanks for sharing.

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  17. How different. I've never seen a rose that color, but it is lovely.

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  18. Pretty rose and pretty color! Calms the mind :)

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