Caldwell Pink is a classy rose found both in New Jersey and Texas and who knows where else! Given the Texas study name after the town that it was first found it, perhaps a better study name would have been Somerville, as that name shows up for towns in both states. Completely at home around rocks, this three foot wide by three foot tall shrub reminds one of that famous pink bunny that just keeps on going and going. Whether in a cemetery or in a private garden, the small, one inch double, double medium to light pink blooms cover the bush from "finger" tips from May through the first frost. A littler later to bloom that other roses, this one seems to make up for lost time once it gets started. A true survivor, you can plant this rose anywhere and it will thrive.
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