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Class:              Polyantha Shrub                          Description:                                2017 Introductions 2017 Introductions  2017 Introductions 2017 Introductions                                                                                                                                            Grandifloras  Grandifloras  Grandifloras  Grandifloras   Hybrid Teas  Hybrid Teas   Hybrid Teas  Hybrid Teas   Floribundas   Floribundas   Floribundas   Florib
        Cultivar/Patent:    cv. WEKswegobab/ PPAF                    We all have hopes and dreams. For children, it’s to be
        Plant Habit:        Medium-low                               healthy so they can play. The Children’s Brain Tumor
        Growth Habit:       Rounded & bushy                          Foundation helps get sick children back to good
        Stem Length:        Medium-short                             health. Their mission is to improve treatment, help
        Foliage Color:      Glossy dark green                        with quality of life and the long-term outlook of
        Disease Resistance:  Very good                               children with brain and spinal cord tumors through
        Flower Color:       Medium red with light smoke edging       research, support, education, and advocacy to families
        Bud Form:           Pointed & ovoid                          and survivors. Each sale of the Children’s Hope™
        Flower Form:        Old fashion, decorative & very double    rose helps to achieve this mission with a portion of the
        Flower Size:        Small, 1½-2 inch diam. in large clusters  proceeds going back to the Foundation. The
        Petal Count:        Over 45                                  Foundation contribution is an added bonus to your
        Fragrance:          Slight tea to fruity                     purchase as you are also getting a blooming machine
        Parentage:          Sweet Chariot x (Goldmarie x Baby Bloomers)  of a rose! Each little medium red pompom-like ower
        Hybridizer:         Tom Carruth—2017                         is produced in big clusters on a perfectly even rounded
        Introducer:         Weeks Roses                              plant. The shorter compact habit makes this selection
                                                                     ideal for a smaller spot in the landscape or as a focal
                                                                     point in a decorative pot on a balcony or patio. If this
                                                                     describes what you’re looking for in the garden don’t
                                                                     look any further as Children’s Hope™ has shown
                                                                     excellent performance in most climates of the country
                                                                     with very good disease resistance.












































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