Dublin Bay was one of three roses named after the bays of Ireland by Sam McGredy and is the most well known around the world. The bright red blooms are produced freely throughout the season and are complemented by the dark green foliage which covers the plant. Unfortunately there is no scent but that is about the only thing missing from this rose. Dublin Bay is a strong grower and it can be contained very well. Plant it up a wall, across an archway or up a pillar and it reward you with months of colour. It is very easy grow but can be susceptible to disease under the right conditions. Bred from Bantry Bay x Seedling way back in the 1970’s,
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