Massengale rose bush
May 18, 2014 | 809 views | 0 0 comments | 5 5 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Rose Bush
Massengale and her 6-month-old neighbor John Shuleva stand near the rose bush. Banner photos, Gwen Swiger
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A rose bush that started as a cutting today cascades over a six-foot high fence and spreads out in all directions. Judy Massengale said her grandmother Lulu Stone of Turtletown had the yellow rose in her yard. When she moved from Polk County, Massengale took a cutting to plant at her home in Hope Acres. After several years in Hope Acres, Massengale moved to Wilson Drive, where she took another cutting. In February of 2003, Massengale moved to the Mulberry Subdivision. She again took a cutting of her grandmother’s old yellow rose. The rose has a fragrant scent that is pleasing to stand near.