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Rose 'Winchester Cathedral' with Geranium 'Magnificum' and self sown Aquilegia

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Rose 'Winchester Cathedral' with Geranium 'Magnificum' and self sown Aquilegia (Rose)



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What a lovely combination!

5 Jun, 2015

 

Isnt that just so pretty! :))

5 Jun, 2015

 

Kathy, how tall/wide does Geranium magni grow? I feel it could be useful.

5 Jun, 2015

 

Thankyou :-)
Dawn it grows like a triffid,gets to about 18 inches tall I'd say, this was overhanging the lawn so I just chopped off the extra split it into bits and planted all along the front of the rose bed that was only a couple of years ago looks lovely already so yes a very useful plant, don't buy it though I could supply a small town lol, I could send you a piece September time just remind me though my memory :-)

5 Jun, 2015

 

Whoooo that would be good, thank you. I like the bigger ones for impact. I will make a diary note for Sept :).

5 Jun, 2015

 

Like a boquet of flowers

6 Jun, 2015



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