A small garden in the English style, set in the wilds of the northern Sonora Desert...
That rose is beautiful, whether shown in sepia tones or full color.
It is turning out to be a very special rose :)
Amy, do any of your English roses produce nearly-full-size blooms in summer??Thanks, Nate
Nate - I would say once we have the full heat of summer, no. Curiously, the very full-petaled roses such as Crown Princess Margareta and William Shakespeare 2000 seem to retain the petal count, while the fewer-petaled Wollerton Old Hall becomes a semi-double.
Hunh...thanks Amy. I'll keep on dreaming the impossible dream of a springlike rose garden in the dry heat!
such a gorgeous rose - so many petals!
She's a real beauty -- one of the most richly petalled roses I have... ;-)
Sigh! She really is so beautiful!