Thursday, June 13, 2013

Roses are pink

The pretty, pink, old English style, floribunda roses in our parterre garden are the Jane McGrath rose from Treloar roses. They were chosen for their hardiness in drought conditions and apparently have total resistance to black spot. The colour is a soft pink and they have a soft fragrance. They have flowered prolifically all summer and autumn and are surprisingly still covered in blooms in winter.

$1 from each rose is made to the McGrath foundation from the sale of each plant. The proceeds go towards helping the Foundation's work including placing breast care nurses in rural Australia. We couldn't be happier with our choice.

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