>Bloom Week – Saturday – L.D. Braithwaite

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L.D. Braithwaite

Introduced by David Austin in 1993

This is the first year in the garden for this rose.

The fragrance is very nice.

I believe it is the brightest red of any Austin I have seen.

Current ARS Rating: 8.0 (Very Solid Rose)

This post concludes my Bloom Week series of posts. In good time too, a fierce thunderstorm with hail and high winds blew through the garden this evening and many a bloom lost their petals……

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2 Responses to >Bloom Week – Saturday – L.D. Braithwaite

  1. >I do believe the waft of perfume made its way to Seattle, lovely photo and rose Chris, mine are mere nubbins, saying "it's way too cold and rainy to do any growing, for now."

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  2. Masha says:

    >It has nice color, I hope it does well for you. I am sorry about the bad weather, I hope you cut some blooms for the house.

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