Rose 'Souvenir de Germain de st. Pierre' Ain't that some name?
I planted this rose and one called Second Street Tea this evening in a new garden area we'll call the Front Porch Garden (I'm so creative!). I grew up on Second Street, so how could I resist? And after reading this description of Souv. de Blah Blah in Vintage's catalog, I had to have it:
An absolutely delightful rose of the Duchess de Brabant style, particularly similar to that rose in its large, globular flowers of bright cherry pink, yellow at the petal bases, blooms opening rather helter-skelter, flamed with white, rather like old parrot tulips in appearance.
Doesn't that sound beautiful? It arrived full of these glorious blooms. I think I have a photo.
Here's another of its blooms:
I don't have a photo of Second Street Tea yet. It's still really small.
I have 3 or 4 more roses to plant in that area. I need to dig up some grass first really. That is so much work. Maybe in the morning I can get started on it. I've got to get those dwarf irises planted.
That's all for today.
Sunday, July 10, 2005
Posted by karenleigh at 9:22 PM