Pink blossoms, strong fragrance, blooms throughout the season. Introduced/discovered in 1835.
..."but rather the Luxembourg gardens at Paris where Hardy was the chief horticulturalist. It was a famous and much sought after early tea. It apparently sold for 35 francs in 1835 - more than the average weekly wage at the time."
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