Yves Piaget Rose in My Autumn Garden

Oh, Yves Piaget, how you do it? This stunner -a hybrid tea rose, also known as a “romantica” rose, is a powerful combination of beauty, fragrance, and dependability. img_1378In recent weeks, more flower buds have emerged and flowers have “slowly” exploded, if that’s possible! It’s one of the earliest roses in my garden to re-emerge (after the first blooming, in the spring). As the other roses in my garden play catch-up, Yves Piaget will be leading the charge. Exquisite. I love the spring and autumn, because my garden becomes totally awash in rose-colored and rose-scented beauty!


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