Julia Child rose, unlike its namesake, is supposed to be of diminutive stature. However, of the three I planted in 2008, the one in the
favorable location is already approaching four feet tall. It is full of
delicious blooms that have a rich, butter-yellow color and last well on
the bush. With such new plants, it is a bit soon to draw much in the
way of conclusions, but based on this first year performance, I am
expecting this rose to cook up greatness in my garden.
Comment and photography by Christine, Reno NV
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