Rosa ‘Grandma’s Yellow’ or ‘Nacogdoches” Yellow Rose of Texas

Rosa ‘Grandma’s Yellow’ or ‘Nacogdoches’ is a Texas Superstar™ and will be promoted as the official “Yellow Rose of Texas” in 2011. This Rose has a deep yellow colored flower with a light spicy fragrance. The Yellow Rose of Texas was originally named after the first town in Texas, ‘Nacogdoches’, through the Superstar program at Texas A&M University it will be promoted as ‘Grandma’s Yellow’. This Rose has an upright bushy growth habit and can reach 4-5′ high with a 3′ spread.

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