April to November 2020
Covid 19 prevented volunteers from working in the garden for many months.
With lots of rain and warm weather still lasting March sees another large flush of blooms throughout the garden.
Despite Rain, Excessive Heat and Violent Winds the roses just keep on blooming. ENJOY
Blush Rambler & Blossom Time were putting on an amazing display on the Festoons in Petal A.
"Firestar" is the brilliant orange rose in the foreground.
October, November 2019
There are roses blooming everywhere.
As the last few beds will be finished by the wonderful Saturday volunteers our thoughts turn to the next jobs. Weeding is an enormous, ongoing job followed closely by feeding & mulching in the lead up to the STATE ROSE & GARDEN SHOW 2019.
THE END OF PRUNING IS IN SIGHT!!!!!
It's the first week of June and so many flowers blooming and so much leaf coverage. We are starting pruning on 12th June!!!! There will be a lot of leaf cutting just to see the rose structure.
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