James Galway English Rose

This beautiful David Austin English rose is a tough, reliable bloomer! Having survived a recent relocation in my flower garden, this rose is really showing off her resilience.

Several flower buds are now dotting this plant but this is among the first to bloom. The canes on this rose can also grow a bit tall. This year, I have decided to not prune my roses and see what the results will be. No doubt that this rose will thrive under either scenario!

FYI: The rose is named after the wonderful Irish flautist, Sir James Galway. Check out his sweet performance of Debussy’s, Claire de Lune: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mWIb_BzOwGA


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