The Teddington Gardener

A Bowl of Beauty – Roses and Clematis, perfect companions at Petersham Nurseries (and anywhere else for that matter ….)

The most fragrant Old Rose – though a modern incarnation, Gertrude Jekyll, with Munstead Wood, deep dark and redolent of blackcurrant and plum, and Reine de Violettes, with Eden Rose (Pierre de Ronsard) plu some amazing Clematis – Multi Blue, Cezanne, Giselle, Abilene … more. A delightful way to showcase beautiful blooms …Enjoy. A regularly changing chiaroscope at Petersham Nurseries.

If you need further proof, look our John Howells’ book ‘The Rose and the Clematis’ – a perfect read.

 

 

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