>GBBD – November 2010 – L.D. Braithwaite

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11 Responses to >GBBD – November 2010 – L.D. Braithwaite

  1. >Exquisite. What a gorgeous colour.

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  2. Bernie says:

    >Simply beautiful … it's a lovely rose.

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  3. p3chandan says:

    >That is one gorgeous Rose and you captured it beautifully on camera!

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  4. Birdwoman says:

    >What a marvelous rose. I love the David Austins.

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  5. >Beautiful rose photo. Lucky to have that one in bloom for sure.

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  6. >What beauties. Do they have a fragrance?

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  7. >Such a stunning rose. I love the ruffled inner petals 🙂 Your garden must be amazing. Fifty six roses!

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  8. Gail says:

    >A beautiful rose~

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  9. madcobug says:

    >Thank you for visiting my blog. As you could see I have just about quit writing in it. I can't get out and travel any to take pictures nor can I work in my flowers anymore. I have a bad back that will not allow me to do the things I would like to do. I love all your roses. I looked at a few of your entry's. I enjoyed looking at them. Makes one feel like they can almost smell them. Have a blessed day. Helen

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  10. leavesnbloom says:

    >I love the richness and the velvety look to your rose. Thankyou so much for your visit to my scottish blog.

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  11. >One of my favorites, and if you like David Austin roses that are red, try Falstaff–a real stunner and fragrant.

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