G.Nabonnand is a free-wheeling bush of unbelievable beauty. Graceful semi-double blooms cover this rather rounded-shaped, lax thornless bush introduced into commerce in 1883. The light pink-apricot with almost a silvery tinged petals almost seem luminescent in the morning dawn or the setting sunlight. This is a carefree rose asks nothing but a spot to shine and scent the air with a light fragrance. A specimen of this bush is growing at the Amtrak Station Heritage Rose Garden. Its repeat blooms are a treat for passengers and train engineers alike. Easy to use in the landscape, this rose can be placed in any location i.e. close to a pathway because it is thornless and usually is never taller than five feet or wider than three.
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