Mr. Graham Thomas

After the first big bloom of spring I get bogged down dead heading all the spent flowers. You have to stay on it if you want to get an descend and third bloom in the season. I headed out to tackle the unwieldy tall and prickly David Austin's Grahm Thomas

After the first big bloom of spring, I get bogged down dead-heading all the spent roses. I have to stay on top of it if I want to get a second or┬áthird bloom during the season. Last weekend I headed out to tackle David Austin’s unwieldy tall and prickly Graham Thomas. While there was a lot to cut back, there was also a fabulous bouquet hidden in and amongst the foliage.

 

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5 Responses to Mr. Graham Thomas

  1. Anonymous says:

    Oh I like that Mr. Thomas, I do, I do!

  2. Anonymous says:

    lovely!

  3. Anonymous says:

    Isn’t that a wonderful reward waiting to be found by deadheading? More please.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Stunning bouquet, Carol. When the photo flooded into view it was truly heart-stopping–momentarily–gorgeous. Makes me want to get married again . . .well? maybe not!