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Echo Ridge garden photo
Garden photo courtesy of Margaret Furness
Mid-late spring in the yellow-and-mauve quadrant of the ring garden. Cl Lady Hillingdon, with Leptospermum rotundifolium 'Jervis Bay form', which lasts well as a cut flower but alas has a slight smell of mice.
Uploaded 6 days ago
Echo Ridge garden photo
Garden photo courtesy of Margaret Furness
Mid-late spring. "Mrs Gibbs' Gallica" (found by Ozoldroser). Dark pink-red in the centre, purple around the edge. Any suggestions for the ID?
Uploaded 7 days ago
Echo Ridge garden photo
Garden photo courtesy of Margaret Furness
Mid-late spring, South Australia, zone 9b. Found Hybrid China "Hugh Childs", common survivor in old cemeteries and some roadsides in southern Australia; also in NZ. Has acquired many study names. Tall, arching, prickly, suckers on own roots, spring-only, sets hips.
Uploaded 7 days ago
Echo Ridge garden photo
Garden photo courtesy of Margaret Furness
Mid-late spring. On the roadside fence. L to R found rose "Minno Creek" (maybe hybrid gallica ), John Hopper, found Tea-noisette "Yallum Park Cream".
Uploaded 7 days ago
Echo Ridge garden photo
Garden photo courtesy of Margaret Furness
Mid-late spring. L to R Buff Beauty, Trier, "Sophie's Perpetual" and post nudged by delivery truck, Renae.
Uploaded 7 days ago
Echo Ridge garden photo
Garden photo courtesy of Margaret Furness
In a cold wet spring. The relatively modern section of my garden. Crepuscule and Amadis on the shed in the background.
Uploaded 21 NOV
Echo Ridge garden photo
Garden photo courtesy of Margaret Furness
Mid-late spring. Mme Jules Thibaud. The structure is best described as a folly: if you buy from a cheap hardware store, you get what you pay for.
Uploaded 7 days ago
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Garden photo courtesy of Margaret Furness
South Australia, zone 9b, mid-late spring. Reine des Violettes and Leptospermum rotundifolium 'Jervis Bay form'.
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Uploaded 4 NOV 15
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