I don't have many climbers or peachy/ orange roses but this one I truly love.
Here's another view
The Albertine rambler on the shed roof
Here's Peach Silk to the right of Charlotte, WS2000, and Kathryn Morely. Poor Shakespeare got moved since this picture 2 years ago (he was being squeezed to death and there's a Jude the Obscure in his place). He happily grows next to a well behaved Comte de Chambord now.
Wow, beautiful! I have this rose, but it hasn't done much in 5-6yrs. Wish mine would look like yours!!
Oh my goodness. Peach silk is one of the most romantic roses ever. What a beautiful garden you have.
Peach Silk wasn't much for a while. Then suddenly it just started putting up fat fast growing canes. Keep the water and mulch on and I'm sure yours will grow. In the back, it's the wild west of roses and I think it's kind of fun to let them get big and see what they will do.
What a beautiful garden, love the mix of colors.
Oh my, how pretty! I am not familiar with this rose, but it is lovely. Keep these pictures coming! Lesley
Peach Silk is gorgeous--and so is Charlotte (at least what I can see of her). Lovely roses all round!
What a stunning rose Peach Silk is. Your roses are are just overflowing with beauty. Thank you. Diane
They're like roses from another planet. I couldn't imagine roses could ever look like that. Such large gorgeous bushes. That last picture is FREAKIN' PHENOMENAL!!!!
OMG! Those are absolutely knock down drag me out gorgeous!!
I've enjoyed seeing the luscious Peach Silk once again, and the last photo that just overflows with abundant blooms. So nice to look at these when it's snowing outside. Diane
Apparently, Heirloom Roses, who is the only one with Peach Silk, which they introduced, but are not currently selling, is interested to know how many of us might like to buy it if goes back into commerce. I'd love to grow it. Diane
Very, very pretty! Have not seen that unique color before.
Gorgeous photos. The last photo is especially super-duper! I'm enchanted!! Thanks :-)
Thank you everyone for your kind words. I'm not so good with climbers and Peach silk is just indulging me in spite of the newbie pruning she gets. Most times I just let her be herself.
Heirloom has decided to offer Peach Silk again so thanks to everyone who made it possible.
Kitty, your garden picture is enchanting and Peach Silk is beyond beautiful. It seems that through your efforts this gorgeous rose is available again. Good for you.
You have the kind of romantic garden I love. Letting roses grow tall and wide, with flowers everywhere, is how they would naturally grow, and the result is superb.
Well that did it Kitty....I had to email Heirloom for their waiting list :)
Kippy- did you just email their basic inbox? I'm over at their website and I can't find this rose. I would love to add this one to my garden!
I hope all the people writing in the Peach silk thread on the Roses forum see these photos. Diane
This seems like a very special rose and Kitty, you have captured it beautifully.