Can anyone identify rose and blotches?

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julie777
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Can anyone identify rose and blotches?

Post: # 72017Post julie777
Fri Aug 07, 2020 4:53 pm

Can anyone identify this rose, or what the blotches on the flowers are? The leaves look clear of any markings.
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roseseek
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Re: Can anyone identify rose and blotches?

Post: # 72018Post roseseek
Fri Aug 07, 2020 10:25 pm

They just look like water spots to me. When sunlight hits dew, rain or irrigation drops, they often burn reddish.
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pacificjade
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Re: Can anyone identify rose and blotches?

Post: # 72020Post pacificjade
Sat Aug 08, 2020 9:55 am

If youw ant the rose ID'd, then we need mature rose size and plant architecture.

It somewhat looks like Rosy Carpet, but not quite.

julie777
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Re: Can anyone identify rose and blotches?

Post: # 72021Post julie777
Sat Aug 08, 2020 1:14 pm

Thanks for information. Good that it is just water spots, and not any virus, fungus or insect.

The flowers look like Rosy Carpet, but the shrub is tall not groundcover. Huge sprawling shrub.
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pacificjade
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Re: Can anyone identify rose and blotches?

Post: # 72026Post pacificjade
Sun Aug 09, 2020 8:32 am

What country or area? Its not View, Vanity, Eva, or Ambiance... I don't think. Well, I guess it could be Eva, but the Eva at a local garden is short. That doesnt mean its not big elsewhere. But its not so glossy. The rose in the photo looks really European to me, like NW mainland Europe origin, but that doesn't mean it is. Heirlooms introduced a ton of roses from that area to America in the 1990s. Jackson and Perkins put out a few single shrubs over the years where they would be in a catalog for one year then disappear commercially forever.

julie777
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Re: Can anyone identify rose and blotches?

Post: # 72028Post julie777
Sun Aug 09, 2020 10:02 am

https://www.classicroses.co.uk/eva-shrub-rose.html

Peter Beales Roses page says Eva is unique to them in the UK. Introduced 1933. Hybrid Musk. This one is taller than three feet, it is about six feet high. It is growing in the south coast of England.

Thanks for your information, I would have had no clue what it is.
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