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Definition of damask rose

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Definition as written by Terry:

Damask roses are one of the oldest groups of roses, dating back to the ancient Middle East, where they were used to produce rose oil and attar of roses. Taller and larger than the gallicas, they are considered the most fragrant of the old garden roses.


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