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bishop’s castle rose

On 29, Jun 2010 | No Comments | In roses | By All Year Garden

If you ever considered making rose oil to use as fragrance or to add to your home made creams, potpourri and bath oils, “Bishop’s Castle” is definitely a great candidate. This Dave Austin hybrid English rose has the cupped, quartered, multi-petaled look of the Bourbons (80 petals or more), and the fragrance to go with it. It is a shrub rose with dark green ovoid leaves that sports bunches of raspberry colored flowers all summer long. A little drawback – the flowers don’t last very long, so enjoy them while they are in bloom.

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