Roses from Patricia’s Garden – Bagicha Bazaar



Today’s photos are by Patricia Smith.

My favorite moments of the day are in my gardens. I love sharing my gardens and photos of my gardens with everyone in hopes that I can give them a few moments of peace and quiet.

Close-up of a white David Austin roseIt’s hard to get more romantic and serene than the perfect rose. It looks like one of David Austin’s varieties, combining old-fashioned rose forms with modern rebloom and growth habits.

Close to bright red garden rosesIs there a better plant than the rich, velvety red rose?

Hanging basket with red white and blue flowers.Red, white and blue petunias (Petunia Hybrids, zones 10-11 or as annuals (yellow sedum in this hanging basket).Sedum ‘Angelina’, zones 5-9).

Close up of large light pink roseHere is another stunning rose. I love this angle, looking at the nodding flower, with more flower buds and the blue sky above.

Near the multi-colored roseThis brilliantly colored rose looks like it could be a classic ‘Joseph’s Coat’ variety.

Front porch with many climbing roses all around.The front porch is lined with climbing roses that are just dripping with bloom. Climbing roses do not cling to structures themselves. Each stick has to be carefully tied into place, which can be a difficult process because of the thorns. Patricia’s hard work growing and training these roses has paid off incredibly. Her front porch is spectacular.

Close-up of bright pink roses with a dog in the backgroundIt seems the beautiful roses are popular with the four-legged visitors to the garden too!

Close-up of Dr. Hugh RoseThis rose looks like it’s a variety of ‘Dr. Huey’, which usually ends up in gardens because it was popular as a rootstock in the past. If the delicate variety grafted onto it dies, sometimes the root stock is depleted and you get a rose like this.

Planting bright pink double knockout rosesThe ‘Double Knockout’ rose is a very popular variety because it is durable, disease resistant, and blooms profusely.

peonies (Paeonia hybrids, zones 3-8) and bearded irises (Iris hybrids, zones 3-8) bloom along fences. Peonies and irises are new and old standards in gardens because they are so beautiful, reliable and long-lasting.

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