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This is the hybrid tea rose Sheer Bliss. It is a very pale pink to off-white, with large flowers and an intense fragrance. This one is growing as a standard. I don't know that I've ever seen a less-than-perfect bloom on this rose. Here's the first one of 1999.
And here are a few more.
Sheer Bliss is once again in bloom in mid-September 1999, now a tad pinker in the cooler weather.
It's late May, 2000, and Sheer Bliss has begun to bloom.
Sheer Bliss excels at putting out exquisite blooms on long single stems, and ideal rose for cutting.
Yet another perfect bloom -- mid-June.
Sheer Bliss has begun to bloom -- late May, 2001
It's early July, and Sheer Bliss is into its second flush, producing more perfect blossoms.
It's Memorial Day weekend, 2002, and Sheer Bliss has bloomed.
Sheer Bliss has bloomed during the second week of June, 2003.
Sheer Bliss has caused me great concern this year. The winter of 2003-2004 was not kind; one-half of the bud union at the top of the stalk cracked and died but the other half has somewhat miraculously survived and has broken into bloom in late May.
The winter of 2004-2005, even worse than the previous one, was too much for Sheer Bliss and it is now numbered among those that have passed.
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