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Rosa 'Paul's Himalayan Musk Rambler'

My Rosa 'Paul's Himalayan Musk Rambler' is in bloom now.  For full effect I
usually have to go across the street to see it as it grows out over the
canopy of my Norway Maple.  A few canes don't make it to the top and drop
down inside, still blooming with far less sun.  The photos I've taken don't
do it justice.  I used my digital camera and it doesn't seem to do a good
job at such distances; the roses just look like white blobs. They are
actually a soft pink with a light fragrance.  I tried both morning and
evening photos, neither with satisfactory results.  Still, here they are if
you'd like a look:



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