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6 edition of Roses for English gardens. found in the catalog.

Roses for English gardens.

by Gertrude Jekyll

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Published by "Country Life" [etc.] in [London] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Roses

  • Edition Notes

    Chapter XVI, Roses in English gardens on the Riviera, by Edward Woodall.

    StatementBy Gertrude Jekyll and Edward Mawley.
    SeriesThe "Country life" library
    ContributionsMawley, Edward.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSB411 .J4
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvi, 166 p.
    Number of Pages166
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6921687M
    LC Control Number02026737
    OCLC/WorldCa2302146

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    So she set out to create an English cottage-style garden to complement the house, with roses as the anchor plant. After sketching out a detailed plan, she hired a carpenter to turn her sketches of a scalloped, lattice-top fence and gate, an entry arbor, and a pergola with lattice arches into reality. 16 chapters on Old and New Garden Roses and their Beautiful Use in Gardens. Lots of advice and pics. Thornless roses in your English Garden Here is my selection of roses that are either completely thornless or have very few thorns on them. Using Roses in an English Garden Where to place roses in your English garden.

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The English garden is often considered the epitome of romance, with its abundance of roses climbing walls and tumbling over pergolas in seemingly luxurious abandon.

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Here, in a book focused exclusively on the needs of North American gardeners, is a complete guide to selecting, planting, feeding, pruning, and caring for English Roses. It includes full-color photographs throughout, plus a source guide, a list of public gardens displaying English Roses, and an index of cultivars by color/5(10).

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An English cottage garden has a distinct style—an informal design, densely planted, with paths and hard structures constructed from traditional building materials. The overall effect is artless, romantic, and unstructured. Certain plants are typical of this type of garden. Roses, of course.

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