My Last Rose of the week is a queen of roses, Buff Beauty, a truly useful rose, good scent, good foliage ad beautiful flowers!
It’s Sunday morning and my rose of the week this week is an old favourite of Gertrude Jekyll! Stanwells perpetual is a delightful rose indeed
6 of the best plants in flower in my garden on Saturday!
My rose of the week this week is a lovely repeat flowering rose, Perle d’Or, this beautiful little Pom Pom rose would be at home in any garden
With so many great modern roses around now it’s so easy to forget the old roses, heritage roses, so let’s have a look at why we should be growing them!
The rose of the week is a beautiful gallica Rose, Duchesse de Buccleugh, learning about the breeding and growing of this lovely once flowering rose
My rose of the week is an alba rose and is one of the best heritage roses bred, koenigin Von danemark. Who was the Queen? Who Bred the rose? All the answers are here
This week, I look at the beautiful moss rose ‘Jeanne de Montfort’. Finding out all about the Rose, who bred her, then and who she is named after!
A look at the lovely Tea noisette Rose Gloire de Dijon, both at its history and how to grow it in your own garden
a look at the beautiful rose and her history, who was lady Hillington?
I do a lot of garden visits to clients houses and also a lot talks to all types of groups and the biggest rose question is of course how do I stop black spot and mildew on my roses. Trouble is it’s a not a short answer! First of all what exactly are we…
Well it’s not so much of a job of the week, but more of a job for almost every week for the next 4-6months, Although it’s a simple job, it’s an important one, even more so on the more vigorous climbers like Clematis and roses. It stops the new growths being broken and damaged, also…