Look - A - Like Pholxy baby

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I went looking for a deep Pink climber this morning with no luck. I found this little guy hiding under a table. All I could think It looks like a Phlox of some kind, I was so wrong it was a rose. the flower are under 1 inch wide and said to have 50 flower per stem thats going to be a whole lot of flowers, 5-petales open to a medium-pink hue that eventually transitions to a 1/2 inch light pink rose. This rose came out in late 2012 early 2013, I had to move some day lilies so I could plant it.
 
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Sorry forgot to post them.

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It looks similar to a dog rose, quite delicate. :) Don't forget to remove the dead flower heads or it will stop flowering completely.
 
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I will be dead heading it this week, I just wanted to get in the ground before it started to get hot here. From what I've read its crossed with a wild rose, I like it because its disease resistant
 

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This might be the one named "Nearly Wild" ... it's an easy keeping rose, I had one once and loved it!
 

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