Occasionally, when ordering roses, you will be sent something you didn't order. Sometimes a rose is mislabeled but that is not what happened to me. This spring when my order from Rogue Valley Roses arrived it had an extra rose in the package. I was surprised to find a very small plant labeled Red Moss Rambler. I had ordered another red moss rose, Mel Hulse, and I guess in the process of ordering it they heard me ordering both. Rogue Valley Roses were very understanding and refunded the cost of the rose and after discussing how I would ship it back to them, Janet Inada asked me if, "I might not keep and grow it instead?" I hadn't planned on it but I said, "Sure, its a rose. I'll grow it." Red Moss Rambler is now the one and only non repeat blooming rose I grow. As you can see from the photo below Red Moss Rambler is certainly liking its new home.