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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 11 NOV
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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 11 NOV
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 11 NOV
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 10 NOV
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 11 NOV
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 16
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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.
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Uploaded 11 NOV
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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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