Odee Pink has been given its study name in honor of the lady's home where the rose was discovered in the town of Brenham, Texas. Similar bushes were discovered in the gardens of Mrs. Morton and Mrs. Goree in Navasota, Texas which lead the Texas Rose Rustlers to believe that the rose might have originally be purchased from the Affleck Nursery. The nursery flourished during the late 1800's in the Gay Hill community, not far from the two towns. The petite pale pink blooms with their light scent reminds you of one that your grandmother might have worn in a posey holder on her shoulder.The bush has a rather rounded shape and is medium four to five foot in height. Not particular about its location, it does well in either the landscape or a large planter, merely looking graceful all the while.
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