Here is some more eye candy from my recent trip to the San Jose Heritage Rose Garden.
|White Maman Cochet (Tea, Cook, 1896)|
|'La Nymphe' (Noisette, found)|
|'Rockville Road Cream Tea' (Tea, found)|
Chinas are starting too, and most other roses are full of buds.
|Susan Louise (H. Gigantea, Tea, Adams, 1929)|
There is no other flower that equals Tea roses' subtlety of color.
|Mme. Berkeley (Tea, Bernaix, 1898)|
The foliage is clean, fresh and plentiful...
|Champion of the World (Bourbon, China, Burgess, 1885)|
|"SU-14" (Tea, identity lost)|
I am linking this post to Garden Blogger Bloom Day to share these lovely blooms with other gardeners.