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Rose Sachet turns out to be a very pleasant hybrid tea that tends toward loose blossoms of intense fragrance. It was quite prolific in its first spring, and I have high hopes for it. The photo above shows the bloom a bit beyond its prime; the one below shows a bloom in its full glory.
Rose Sachet is a late bloomer compared to most of the other hybrid teas that I have. Here's the first blossom of 1999.
Here's a later shot.
In mid-September 1999, Rose Sachet is once again in full bloom.
Rose Sachet is another that is saying farewell to 1999 in fine fashion!
Rose Sachet has bloomed a bit earlier this year, during late May, 2000.
The following one had started to ball in our very wet late May weather. I peeled back the damaged outer petals, and within five minutes this was the incredible result!
It's late June, 2000, and Rose Sachet is well into its second flush.
It's now mid-November, and Rose Sachet had to give us one last beauty!
Rose Sachet has begun to bloom in fine fashion -- Memorial Day weekend, 2001.
Rose Sachet was the next-to-the-last rose to bloom in 2002, with this blossom showing up the first week of June.
Rose Sachet was badly damaged by the winter of 2002-2003; I did not think it would survive. It has spent the spring and early summer recovering. Now, at the end of July, we have the very first blossom of the year.
The brutal winter of 2003-2004 finished off what the previous winter started; Rose Sachet is no more.
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