The Yellow Rose of Texas (flower)

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Rosa 'Harison's Yellow'
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Hybrid parentageRosa hybrid seedling from Rosa foetida
Cultivar'Harison's Yellow'
OriginSelected by George Folliott Harison, United States, c.1824.[1]

The Yellow Rose of Texas (Harison's Yellow) is a flower in the family Rosaceae. It is a type of yellow rose. It is often found around homes in the American state of Texas and along trails in the state of Oregon. It is also called the Oregon Trail Rose.[2]

Also mentioned in country songs such as Solid Country Gold by Shooter Jennings and Texas Pride by Miranda Lambert.

References[change | change source]

  1. "Harison's Yellow". Roses. Retrieved 2008-01-21.
  2. "Floraqueen". Wednesday, 4 December 2019