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Mid Winter Respite

2014 Spring Flower & Garden Shows

Will this winter never end! Here it is, March 2, and temps last night were in single digits and the weather forecast is for still more snow tonight. 616 more words


Five New David Austin Roses for North American Gardeners

This is the time of year when Mike and I consider what rose varieties we’ll plant in our garden this spring. This past weekend we presented the program “David Austin Roses for New England Gardens” and included the five roses that Austin has introduced in the US for 2014. 392 more words


2014 Lecture Series

2014 promises to be an interesting year.

Angelina and I are planning a trip to Ireland in May exactly 100 years after my grandfather, Thomas Healey, immigrated to the United States. 639 more words


English roses

In my garden that was just started last fall, I now have a few of the David Austin English Roses blooming. First blooms on first year plants show great potential for this location. 16 more words

Western Washington

elenawill reblogged this on Evergreen Rosarian and commented:

These roses are still doing great in my garden.

Austin roses, on their own roots

Last fall I made a conscious decision to buy Austin roses on their own roots from Heirloom Roses in St. Paul, OR. Not because they are cheaper than the grafted ones from David Austin in Texas – because they are not. 139 more words


Bareroot Roses

When we were looking for the rose ‘Fighting Temeraire’, none of our local nurseries carried it. The only place we could find this 2013 David Austin new introduction was at the David Austin Roses facility in the United States in Tyler, Texas. 699 more words


Flower Show Season 2013

Winter arrived with a vengeance last week with sub-zero night-time temperatures we haven’t seen in southern New England for a couple of years. Since the third week of January is historically the coldest time of the year, this should have come as no great surprise. 515 more words