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Rose for identification

I don't believe it's Jens Munk as the leaves are glossy, whereas Jens Munk they are course. It is zone 5 hardy
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Re: Rose for identification

Here are 2 more pictures. It's a bush not a climber. It was a gift from my mum but didn't survive a move and I didn't think to copy down the label
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Re: Rose for identification

It is a lovely rose. With so many hybrids, it is hard to tell some of them apart. It looks like it starts off as an urn shape dark pink and fades to a light pink as it ages.
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Re: Rose for identification

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Can someone please help me with my plant. I bought many different rose seeds on Amazon and I'm not sure if this is a rose plant. Can some tell by looking at the picture if its a baby rose bush.
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Re: Rose for identification

It does not look like a rose
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Re: Rose for identification

You posted this in a different thread and already had several people tell you it is definitely not a rose. Are the stems woody?
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Re: Rose for identification

Sorry yes I did because I wasn't sure anyone would see this post. The stems are not woody. I guess I will see if it blooms any flowers or maybe its a mysterious weed HA

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Re: Rose for identification

Stems not woody should definitely tell you not only is it not a rose bush, it is not any other kind of shrub. If you wait awhile, it will probably bloom and then be easier to ID.
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Re: Rose for identification

so I found out its a weed HAHAHAHAHAHA how funny! Thanks everyone for the help

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Re: Rose for identification

It happens to all of us, Klkraut. Do not feel bad. Last weekend, I disposed of some shrubs that the birds were growing once I confirmed they were weeds too and also told a camellia grower that his non-blooming 10 year old camellia was actually a privet. Oooooh, ouch, Lord. At least, we now know that you take good care of your weeds. Ha.

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