De la Grifferaie , hybrid multiflora , 1844
Seven Sisters , rosa multiflora platyphylla , 1815
Belle de Crecy , hybrid china , 1829
What a lovely, looking bloom.
The ones in the vase look so uniform in size.
I get so tempted to sniff the roses, but must really look out for all the bees.
What and Gorgeous bunch of roses. Please let us see more.
Really and truly exquisite roses, Henrik. De la Grifferaie is especially stunning; I love the greenish-yellow centers. I do hope you'll post more, and that these are just an appetizer.
Beautiful photos of beautiful roses. Belle de Crecy is one of my favorites - mine is just beginning to bloom here. Thank you for posting!
Nice to see more gorgeous roses from your garden, Henrik! The first photo of the bouquet of De la Grifferaie is especially stunning. I love, love, love this rose. I had never heard of this rose until I saw it on my recent England trip and now in your photo thread again. I am wondering if it would grow in Southern California, or if it needs some winter chill. Have to find that out...
Thanks you so much for sharing your beauties!
Here is a link that might be useful: Organic Garden Dreams
Your pics really show the beauty of the blooms, thanks for posting.
My eyes just about popped out of my head when I saw your first picture. Talk about gorgeous. I would love to be able to smell them. I would just love to have that rose blooming in my garden. Such shear opulence.
All of your roses look devine - you really know how to grow roses!!!