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The Rose Garden continues to offer a display of blooms, each chosen to illustrate the fascinating history of roses in cultivation.
The Rose Garden continues to offer a display of blooms, each chosen to illustrate the fascinating history of roses in cultivation.
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Dictamnus albus

This low herbaceous perennial in the Rutaceae family produces pyramidal upright spikes of flowers, each consisting of a fan of white petals above long, curved anthers, all of which are fringed in fine hairs.
The plant's common name of Burning Bush refers to the volatile aromatic oils, lemon scented, produced in the leaves.

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