What is a Moss rose?

lynnetteJanuary 1, 2013

A Moss rose is a Centifolia that sported many years ago to the same type but one with a green or brown "moss like" sticky growth around the sepals and flower stalks. They bloom in midsummer and have a lovely sweet fragrance.
They are the same type bush as the Centifolias.

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