Revue,Muguet,Action,Insuffisance Cardiaque,Lys,Asthme,À Base De Plantes,Fleurs,Bouquets
Red Dahlias Skyline Flowers
White lilac ~ Syringa
Refreshing fall hues from the Native Plant Garden. We’re still photographing these behind a closed gate for now, but you can trust in my promise that this complex collection of displays and environments will be bliss central when it opens in 2013.
It was in 1929 that Alister Clark, renowned Australian rosarian, named this rose after his own Mary Guthrie, though what relationship Clark had with the Guthrie family is proving difficult to uncover. There’s a telling anecdote from a book titled The Rose Gardens of Australia that illustrates just how important the honor was to the namesake, which I’ve included below.