Rose - 'Bibi Mazioon' White to Pink
An English rose called 'Bibi Maizoon'. The canes on this plant are almost thornless, making it easy to pick. The rose petals start off as white on the base and change to light pink then to dark pink on the edges.
The 'Bibi Maizoon' came about as a result of crossing 'The Reeve' and 'Chaucer' roses in 1989. It has a 41 petal bloom. The plant is susceptible to black spot, mildew and rust.
Photograph taken at the Julia Davis Rose Garden in Boise, Idaho.