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Saturday, October 22, 2011

White Rose with Pink Edge

Are you growing this rose?

Do you know the cultivar name of this white and pink rose that looks like a dahlia flower?
The name is Magic Carousel*.
It's common name here is "Appam" (a type of steamed pancake made from rice flour)

The rose was photographed at Floria 2011 flower show.

Pink and white coloured roses signifies everlasting love.

“White Rose with Pink Edge”, a copyrighted post, was written for My Nice Garden blog by Autumn Belle @ on October 22nd, 2011.

Updated on 23 Oct 2011
*My grateful thanks to Linda and Exoticmatahari, my facebook friends who helped me with the ID of this rose.


  1. My goodness, that is so lovely!
    Not growing it but I wish I was.

  2. Hot damn, those are some awesome colors! Thanks for the share.

  3. No, but that is one beautiful rose!!

  4. Simply beautiful! Do they smell as sweet as they look?

  5. that is BEAUTIFUL!

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  6. really pretty colors - that pink edge is gorgeous!

  7. Very beautiful, you should buy a plant to plant in your garden. I haven't seen a rose like that, like SR i would like to know if they have scent too, like the other common roses!

  8. I do not know the name but they are both beautiful. Almost opposites of each other. I did not know that that signified everlasting love. Learn something new every day! I like them even more now!

  9. White rose with pink edge.

    Or vice versa.

    But it is sexy enough.

  10. One są śliczne. Nazwy nie mogę znać, bo jeszcze takich nie widziałam. Gdybym mogła wybrać którąś do ogródka, to byłaby to druga. Pozdrawiam

  11. Andrew, Tosey, ONG, Indie, Nayana, Cloudia, FlowerLady, Kacky - Thanks!

    Solitude Rising, actually I can't verify about the smell. When I saw them during Floria 2011, there were so many types of roses close to each other, I can't differentiate the scent of each one anymore unless I smell each type and recorded the observations, haha ;>)

    Andrea, actually there were many many rose varieties for sale in many colours, shapes and sizes, I was blurred. I bought a few but I don't know why I didn't choose this one. Now, I regret I didn't buy this one.

  12. Giga says, "They are beautiful. I do not know the names because I have not seen these yet. If I could choose either to a garden, it would be the second".

    Giga, I want both the roses!

  13. What beauties! I have to confess that I like the pink edged version a bit more.

  14. I have this rose in my garden! Thanks for the name!

  15. I haave this rose too but it is doing badly now

  16. Many Thanks for this information. I had two thirty-year old bushes and they were a source of joy. Having moved, I miss them so and have been searching. Your info helped me find them. Thanks again!

    1. RabidinL.A., Thanks for your feedback. It is greatly appreciated.


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