Cass Bernstein (Cass)
Post Number: 136
|Posted on Monday, May 29, 2006 - 07:50 pm: |
I found this once-blooming climber growing next to an old country homestead that is now a vineyard. The blooms have powerful myrrh scent the carries on the air. The center of the button eye is actually light yellow, not brown. The buds are not particularly distinct - smooth, sepals plain and smooth.
I was thinking it might be Felicite Perpetue only because I was trimming up White Pet and noticed the myrrh scent. The guard petals are pink.