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Volume 28, Number 4
October 1974

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R. sargentianum
   FIG.73. R. sargentianum, 16 years is 14 inches tall
   and 18 inches across, growing in full sun in a rock
   garden.
   Photo by Carl Phetteplace, M.D
  
R. erubescens
    FIG. 63. R. erubescens may bloom as
    early as March. It develops a purplish
    bark with age. This pale pink form was
    photographed in his garden by
    Carl Phetteplace, M.D.
 
R. dauricum    R. 'Lady Bligh'
    FIG.69. Winter blooming
    R. dauricum was found to be
    bud hardy in sub-zero temp-
    eratures recorded in record
    cold of Dec, 1972 on the
    West Coast. Native to Siberia,
    it has rose-purple flowers.
    Photo by Carl Phetteplace
    Fig.71. R. 'Lady Bligh' opens strawberry
    red and fades to a rich pink.
    Photo by Carl Phetteplace


Volume 28, Number 4
October 1974

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