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Beautiful Red Color Rose Flower Photograph

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Beautiful Red Color Rose Flower Photograph

Dublin Bay Red Color Climbing Flowers

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Dublin Bay Climbing Rose

Dublin Bay Climbing Rose FLOWER GARDEN

Dublin Bay is a large-flowered, true red climber. This rose does well in both cool and hot weather and can be trained as a pillar rose.
Though taking its time to climb, Dublin Bay blooms on old and new wood.

Red Dublin Bay Climbing Rose

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Red Dublin Bay Climbing Rose

Dublin Bay roses grow anywhere from 8 feet tall all the way up to 12 feet and can reach a spread of 5 feet across at full maturity. The rose Dublin Bay will thrive in zones 6 through 9, which is pretty standard for many types of roses. You will often find growers using this rose for cut flower arrangements or for growing up various supports and structures. Because of its fruity scent, Dublin Bay climbing roses are frequently planted along traffic areas where visitors can enjoy their great fragrance.

Isis Hybrid Tea Rose Flower

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Isis Hybrid Tea Rose Flower

Isis Hybrid Tea Rose Flower

There is one other Deity who came to have a deep connection to the symbolism of the rose, and that is the Goddess Isis. Many of the Gods and Goddesses mentioned above came to have an association with Her eventually, as Her worship spread throughout the Mediterranean region and the Roman empire. In Her role as She of Ten Thousand Names, Isis was corresponded to many other Goddesses, taking on their attributes, both in and outside of Egypt. By the Greco-Roman period, when the rose had become a popular addition to religious festivals and secular feasts of the Romans and the Greeks, this flower had become intricately associated with Isis, and the association would only deepen over time.