Thursday, January 03, 2013

Our changing garden

We were glad, when we moved here that there was an established garden.

In the area that is the rose garden there are some lovely bushes but not the Dublin Bay climbing rose.

Linda and I have both owned this plant at previous locations and this year we finally bought one to plant here.

It suffered a bit of die back at first but now has decided to come into flower.  Since this image was taken just a few days ago we have even more flowers on show.

The Dublin Bay is a lovely red rose, prolific in flowering and makes a lovely spread as it matures.  It is going to be so nice trained against the wooden retaining wall behind and we expect many years of flowering for our enjoyment.

3 comments:

Nancy said...

Such a beautiful color - are all Dublin Bay roses red?

Still Woods Farmhouse said...

I would love to have an established garden! Especially a rose garden. I will have to get some inspiration from your lovely blog! By the way, the pansies are lovely as well.
Blessings from Still Woods Farmhouse

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