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Rose plant--Meitifran variety


, : Rose plant--Meitifran variety. Plant patent United States Patent and Trademark Office: 1989 (6818)

A new and distinct variety of rose plant of the Miniature Class is provided which forms in abundance highly attractive bicolored very double blossoms. The blossoms are white in coloration and bear bengal rose edges. The plant has glossy foliage, reflowers well, and forms blossoms having an umbrella configuration when fully open. The central petals tend to be tapered and small. The new variety is particularly well suited for use as attractive ornamentation when grown as a flowering pot plant either indoors or outdoors.

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