Red roses amongst purple flowers in a border at Rodmarton Manor garden
RFJ0HN3DRed roses amongst purple flowers in a border at Rodmarton Manor garden
Sun plant (Portulaca). Closeup of pink and orange flowers. in  a garden. Photographed in Israel in July
RFW4CWCTSun plant (Portulaca). Closeup of pink and orange flowers. in a garden. Photographed in Israel in July
Path leading to garden room edged with colourful borders at Rodmarton Manor garden
RFJ0HN5PPath leading to garden room edged with colourful borders at Rodmarton Manor garden
Roses in the park
RMDE9XK8Roses in the park
Path leading to garden room edged with colourful borders at Rodmarton Manor garden
RFJ0HN0YPath leading to garden room edged with colourful borders at Rodmarton Manor garden
An urn in an English garden during a drought UK
RMCTB3K3An urn in an English garden during a drought UK
Close up detail of roses in the Flower Garden at Bouges
RMBNEHPEClose up detail of roses in the Flower Garden at Bouges
plants flowers
RFH6T224plants flowers
Part of the old quad of Worcester College at Oxford University.
RMDGJ620Part of the old quad of Worcester College at Oxford University.
. School and home gardens. Gardening; School gardens. Fig. 94. A Summer Rose Cuttins; In the spring these bundles should be taken up, and the ciittings planted about three inches apart in trenches in good garden soil, with one or two buds above the surface of the ground. Pack the soil carefully around the cut^ tings, and keep the sur- face layer of earth loose during the summer. Water them when the ground becomes dry. By the next fall or spring they will be ready for permanent planting. When starting roses in July or August, make cuttings as indicated in Fig. 94; plant them in good soil and ke
RMRE379D. School and home gardens. Gardening; School gardens. Fig. 94. A Summer Rose Cuttins; In the spring these bundles should be taken up, and the ciittings planted about three inches apart in trenches in good garden soil, with one or two buds above the surface of the ground. Pack the soil carefully around the cut^ tings, and keep the sur- face layer of earth loose during the summer. Water them when the ground becomes dry. By the next fall or spring they will be ready for permanent planting. When starting roses in July or August, make cuttings as indicated in Fig. 94; plant them in good soil and ke
Sun plant (Portulaca). Closeup of pink and orange flowers. in  a garden. Photographed in Israel in July
RFW4CWEWSun plant (Portulaca). Closeup of pink and orange flowers. in a garden. Photographed in Israel in July
An urn in an English garden during a drought UK
RMCTB3NKAn urn in an English garden during a drought UK