Bullseye (sometimes spelled Bull’s Eye) is a shrub rose that is said to have a sweet spice fragrance, is nearly thornless and very resistant to black spot.Β  Sounds like something I stand a chance of being able to grow.

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24 Responses to Bullseye

  1. Lignum Draco says:

    It sounds very garden friendly for those of us without green thumbs. Lovely shots.

  2. Timothy Price says:

    I like bullseye. I have not seen or heard of it before.

  3. Beautiful πŸ™‚ I’m not keen on the name myself.

  4. Bullseye! Cool name. Did it have a spicy smell as described?

  5. What a pretty flower. I haven’t seen this flower before.

  6. I love this flower and your photos are so beautiful 🌹

  7. Nancy says:

    I like this one very much! Sounds like a keeper!

  8. ChgoJohn says:

    Curse you black spot! It’s been quite a fight this season due, in large part, to all of the rain we’ve had. In the spring, should I need to replace any, I’ll be selecting only disease resistant plants. THis beauty you’ve here would make a nice addition.

  9. What a funny name for the rose. I can relate it from the pattern. Beautiful rose images, Teri!

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