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The Best English Roses for Cutting from the Garden

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There’s a special pleasure in cutting flowers fresh from your own garden. That pleasure is tenfold when the flowers you cut grow in such abundance all season that taking some for the vase still leaves plenty in garden beds. Michael Marriott, longtime technical director of David Austin Roses in Albrighton, UK, offers his list of English Rose varieties with particularly strong attributes for cutting.
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Tips for Keeping Cut Garden Roses Fresh

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No cut roses are fresher than the ones you cut from your own garden. You grew them: that’s part of their allure. Now, it’s up to you to help them stay freshest, longest, as they make the trip from bush to the vase. Michael Marriott, technical director of David Austin Roses of Albrighton, UK, offers tips on how to lengthen the vase life of garden roses.

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Arranging Fresh-from-the-Garden English Roses

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If your ideal rose display is dozens of identical long-stemmed roses in a stiff formal arrangement, this is not the story for you. If, however, you crave luscious, fragrant garden roses in lovely, informal displays, Michael Marriott of David Austin Roses has tips on arranging English Roses fresh from the garden.
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