More from my garden.
More from my garden.
Some early blossoms of David Austin roses from my garden, rescued from a torrential rainstorm. English Roses are so fragrant!
I devoted today’s “Fragrance Friday” on my other blog to David Austin, OBE, creator of the English Roses, about which I have written before: Fragrance Friday: David Austin Roses. I just got the latest catalogue in the mail, with its usual tempting array of spectacular roses old and new.
Do you grow any of his beautiful roses? Which ones?
‘The Generous Gardener’ rose is one of my favourites. It requires some discipline not to list its selling points, even after so many years, but I’ll confine myself to observing that it is one of the more fragrant English roses, best grown as a short climber against a wall or sturdy pillar. That hardly counts, […]
via ‘The Generous Gardener’ Rose (Plus A Riff On Leaves) — Susan Rushton
I love David Austin roses, I love Susan Rushton’s photographs, and I love this rose, Generous Gardener, in particular! Enjoy Susan’s post — I am reminded that my own roses are in need of some TLC this Labor Day weekend, so I’ll sign off again.
Remember Remember the 5th of November, Gunpowder, treason and…. Roses? This floriferous rose garden certainly has other ideas about a quiet slide into senescence, leaf-drop and rose-hips – these are flower-packed shrubs with more to come. Colour, fragrance aplenty and fresh, clean leaves in abundance. A remarkable display given it really is November and hardly […]
via The Rose Garden at Kew. Vital still in November …. — The Teddington Gardener
One of my favorite gardening/photography blogs has this lovely post with photographs of roses still blooming in November, many of them the David Austin roses I love. Enjoy!
David Austin Roses won another gold medal at the recent Chelsea Flower Show, and founder David Austin was honored with a visit from HRH Queen Elizabeth II. The Shropshire Star notes that both the Queen and Mr. Austin turn 90 this year and had a “good chat” about that milestone. What lovely faces and smiles they both have!
Photo: The Shropshire Star.
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via The Botanical Magic of Francoise Weeks — DAVID AUSTIN ROSES USA