moss rose


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moss rose

a variety of rose, Rosa centifolia muscosa, that has a mossy stem and calyx and fragrant pink flowers
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Gateshead have picked up seven points from their last three visits to Moss Rose, the Silkmen with just one defeat from their last six games.
It is almost two years since the Sandgrounders scored a league penalty - ironically at Moss Rose - but Jones' miss was one of several chances the visitors failed to take as the first half progressed.
Having spoken to Jennings shortly after my last column was published, he spoke about finding his rhythm and that goals weren't too far away; the derby miss would knock anyone's confidence but, to his credit, he has worked hard and spared our blushes at Moss Rose to force the replay.
Wrexham tonight travel to Moss Rose for an FA Cup fourth round qualifying tie with Macclesfield Town.
Gary Mills' men are back at Moss Rose tonight for a mouth-watering top-six showdown in the Vanarama Conference.
Moss roses are so called because their flower buds are covered in "moss".
In Annie's plot, the most southerly and just further down the slope from Alice's, there are several bushes of a big magenta moss rose, 'William Lobb', which run through her garden and establish the colour theme - rich purples and magenta, blues, lavender and dark crimson foliage here and there for added depth.
The Latics will field another weakened side at Moss Rose, despite humiliation against Bradford in the Capital One Cup and just scrapping past Bournemouth in the FA Cup.
MACCLESFIELD 2 PORTVALE 1 GEORGE Donnelly's second-half winner provided Macclesfield with plenty of New Year cheer but ensured Port Vale's rollercoaster year ended on a low note at Moss Rose.
2 A BRACE of goals from Macclesfield substitute Tom Meachin stifled Tranmere's fightback in the Youth Alliance fixture at the Moss Rose.
A PULSATING second half saw Macclesfield take the honours in a six-goal thriller at the Moss Rose.
Former Macclesfield striker John Murphy and defender Laurence Wilson were both on target as the Seals continued their impressive away form at Moss Rose.