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Quintessentially English and absolutely timeless, the easy grace and charm of a cottage style garden is simple to achieve.
Vanessa Bell (Auseasel) English Shrub Rose
Kew Gardens (Ausfence) English Shrub Rose
Tranquillity (Ausnoble) English Shrub Rose
Boscobel (Auscousin) English Shrub Rose
The Ancient Mariner (Ausoutcry) English Shrub Rose
Thomas à Becket (Auswinston) English Shrub Rose
Princess Anne (Auskitchen) English Shrub Rose
Port Sunlight (Auslofty) English Shrub Rose
Mortimer Sackler (Ausorts) English Climbing Rose
Harlow Carr (Aushouse) English Shrub Rose
Olivia Rose Austin (Ausmixture) English Shrub Rose
The Generous Gardner (Ausdrawn) English Climbing Rose
Gertrude Jekyll (Ausbord) English Shrub Rose
Those little paths and alleyways down the sides of a house can be a dark and forgotten no-mans land.
Using silver toned foliage is a way to add depth to a border whilst keeping the colour scheme simple.
One of the best aspects of growing roses is the satisfaction one gets from cutting a handful of rose blooms and bringing them inside to create a simple home grown arrangement.
Many gardens have a trusty shed or two, often unloved and borne out of necessity. However, these cumbersome structures can be the perfect supporting structure for a rambling rose.
Shades of purple when combined together can create a garden of grandeur and majesty.