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Thursday, 7 May 2020

FFF440 - AUTUMN ROSE

A "Mr Lincoln" rose blooming undaunted in the Autumn weather, surrounded by wind, rain and Autumn foliage. A special tribute to hard-working mums who continue to carry on and get it all done even in these critical times!

"Mr Lincoln" rose was bred by Swim & Weeks, USA in 1964.  This is a very tall growing rose to 1.8 metres should be planted at the back of the rose bed where it will shine over and above all the roses and the breath-taking fragrance will still be enjoyed. Mr. Lincoln has retained its popularity over the years because it is just so reliable a performer with very tough, leathery foliage, especially loving the heat. As with most dark red roses, Mr. Lincoln has very sharp thorns and produces huge, thick watershoots which should be pruned with loppers rather than secateurs.

HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY TO ALL
MUMS AND GRANDMUMS!

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4 comments:

  1. Have a nice Weekend. Take care, Nicole

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  2. Hi,
    Stunning rose..I'll be looking for one of
    these in my garden center. Have a great day!

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  3. Pretty red rose! A local history teacher has a dog named Mr. Lincoln, a name chosen by his little boy.

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  4. These is an absolute perfect rose and I love the autumn mood in the background!!

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