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rosa 'New Dawn'

rosa 'New Dawn'

a wonderful climbing rose.

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Beautiful ~ and the leaves look healthy.
Nice one. :o)

7 Mar, 2009


a beautiful rose . . .. . ... . .. very nice!

7 Mar, 2009


Thanks Terratoonie and Mac, My brother took this in his garden and he said i could use it. It is the rose in our late mum's garden, now his. He is sending me others that we have in common as i dont have a digital camera yet. I'm still a wet film girl!

7 Mar, 2009


A great close up photo of a beautiful rose.........

7 Mar, 2009


Lovely tribute to your Mum Seaburn.............

7 Mar, 2009


That is lovely...........

7 Mar, 2009


OOoooooooo this is a Stunning Photo :) Hywel " Blodyn" posted me a Lovely Young Plant of this lasy yr SBgirl & im really looking forward to its Gorgeous Flowers :)

11 Mar, 2009


I can't resist commenting on such a beautiful rose! Roses always make me go into a heavenly trance! Does your late mum's garden have any more roses? ~ Stephanie

23 Mar, 2009


it wass the only rose that she liked, but we had some tea roses through the 70's but after a few years they were dug up and thrown out. one was specks yellow cant remember the others.

27 Mar, 2009


a wonderfull rose and photo makes you want to touch it.

21 May, 2009


that is a beautiful rose seaburn, i love the shape of it, makes you want to hold it and smell the heavenly fragrance!

21 Dec, 2009


it is a firm favourite

21 Dec, 2009


Nice climber!
My climber produced yellow colored blooms last season, but got walloped by the extreme cold that we had this year and is struggling to come back this season. I have given it the best organic treatments that I have this spring and it it is looking better, but I suspect that the extreme cold this winter might have set it back a tad. We'll see what happens..

14 May, 2010


Do you know the name of it Seaburngirl?
I have one that looks very similar - such a beautiful pink & a lovely perfume. Mine is called English Miss, maybe that is yours too?
I have a gorgeous rose called Margaret Merril & I have never smelled such a lovely perfume - it is creamy white with open centre, I have a photo of it somewhere, I must see if I can find it.

23 Jun, 2012


It is 'New Dawn', won the RHS garden of merit award in 1935. it is often used a the parent for many of the new climbers bred since.

23 Jun, 2012


Thanks seaburngirl. I have heard of that one - in fact I think I nearly bought it once when I wanted a climber or rambler!
I went for something else instead at the time & now I 've forgotten the name of the one I bought!! I'm not too happy with it though, it has lovely flowers if it is dry & sunny, but the flowers 'ball up' terribly when it rains, so you can imagine they are not very good this year!!!
Maybe I should replace it with 'New Dawn' - it would be such a fag to get it dug up now though!! I've had it about 4 years!

24 Jun, 2012


after 4 yrs it shouldnt be too difficult to dig up. give it a go.

25 Jun, 2012


Maybe I will try! Thanks.

26 Jun, 2012

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