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Pink English Roses - St Swithun and Harlow Carr

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  • Title:  Pink English Roses - St Swithun and Harlow Carr
  • Description:  Cut from the garden, two pink English Roses display their different growing styles in the vase. 'St. Swithun' Climbing has small, soft pink roses that are borne in clusters of tight buds to fully open flowers. These provide beautiful drape in an arrangement. 'Harlow Carr' has medium-sized pure rose pink flowers of the most perfect formation. These are best showcased front and center. A tip: for all its beauty, as a cutting flower 'Harlow Carr' is marred by extremely prickly stems. Wear gloves when handling.
  • Copyright:  This image is provided copyright free for editorial purposes only. All other rights reserved. David Austin Roses Ltd.
  • Filename:  David_Austin_English_Roses_DSC9713.jpg
  • Pixels:  2782x4181
  • Please credit:  DavidAustinRoses.com
  • Filesize:  2MB
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