More English Roses, Anyone?

Pale pink rose with many petals
Rosa ‘The Generous Gardener’ is a fragrant climbing rose
Roses with rounded blooms packed with many petals
‘Wollerton Old Hall’ roses tumble in a scented garden

Pink, yellow and apricot roses
Shrub and climbing roses surround ‘The Pilgrim’ on an obelisk
Pink roses with poppies and geraniums
‘Harlow Carr’ roses with geraniums and poppies in mum’s garden
A folly behind a garden of roses and perennials
Roses and perennials on the lower terrace at Bodnant Garden
Pink roses
Rosa ‘Princess Alexandra of Kent’ has huge flowers on sturdy stems
A creamy white rose with several buds
Rosa ‘Tranquility’, a creamy-white rose with pretty sepals

These are English roses (except in the picture from Bodnant Gardens, other shrub roses, including old roses are mixed in). Completely out of season in gardening terms, but I felt we could all do with something to lift our spirits.

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Check out my earlier posts on roses

54 Replies to “More English Roses, Anyone?”

    1. I’m very fond of ‘The Generous Gardener’ myself. If anyone is ever tempted to buy a rose because of the name and have room for a short climber, that’s as good as any.

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