‘Love Song’ Floribunda rose
‘Bee’s Knees’ Miniature rose
‘Mystic Beauty’ Bourbon rose
One of my ‘Don Juan’ climbers
I have recently found your blog and am so impressed by your landscaping. Your property is absolutely gorgeous and inspiring for me. Just beautiful! I do have a practical question to ask- how are you attaching your climbing rose to your brick wall? Thank you, Deane
Thank you. All my ‘Don Juan’ climbing roses (I have 3) have been attached to my homes brick exterior by using eye screws and fishing line.The eye screws were sprayed brown so they would be less noticeable than the ‘normal’ shiny metal finish. It’s taken 3 years for this rose to grow canes long enough for this purpose. Patience prevails…
Thanks for taking the time to reply. I’ll use your information. I have planted two Climbing Pinkies on one corner of our house and a Climbing Souvenir de la Malmaison in another area. I hope they grow to be pretty enough to send you a future photo! Deane
Not only do you grow fabulous Japanese maples and conifers, you grow outstanding roses! Mystic beauty is breathtaking.
Thanks for all your wonderful comments Deb. I jumped over to your blog and noticed we have alot in common when it comes to plant material! I love woodland gardens…
Good grief these photos are gorgeous! Love that Don Juan rose…sigh.
How beautiful! Those blooms would brighten any morning…such tender and supple petals…just gorgeous.
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