Thursday, June 18, 2009

Tausendschon (1906) or Thousand Beauties Rambler Rose on the Fort in the Walled Garden

On the side of the fort in the Walled Garden, I have a clematis, Fragrant Spring, and a rose, Tausendschon, growing together on a trellis. The clematis blooms a couple of weeks before the rose, which you can see here.
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Related post: How to Build a Children's Playhouse (the Fort)
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6 comments:

texasdaisey said...

I just love pink roses! Yours if very beautiful and to get the benefit of a rambler too.
Debbie

lynn'sgarden said...

Such a pretty soft shade of pink on this rose! And that holyhock next to it..can't wait to see that in bloom!
Lynn

Phillip said...

This is one of my favorites, I just wish it bloomed more than once.

the inadvertent farmer said...

So sweet and lovely! Kim

sweet bay said...

I have enjoyed seeing your roses. They are lovely!

Caroline said...

Gorgeous roses. Surely I can squeeze a couple more in my little yard...?

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