Roses at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew


Brick pillars and slim wooden struts forming a gently curving pergola in the Family Beds garden at Kew. Matched specimens of climbing and rambling roses in perfect condition and trained to absolute perfection. In full flower, this will be Amazing.

  • Climbing Lady Hillingdon
  • Constance Spry
  • Chevvy Chase
  • Veilchenblau
  • Alberic Barbier
  • Climbing Cecile Brunner
  • Alexander Girault
  • Easlea’s Golden Rambler
  • Lady Waterlow
  • Meg
  • Chaplin’s Pink Climber
  • Francois Juranville
  • Paul’s Lemon Pillar
  • Claire Jacquier and
  • Danse des Sylphes (such a beautiful name).

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