‘MY FAVORITE ROSES’ SERIES | ROSE ‘EVELYN’ | TRACEE TUCK
‘MY FAVORITE ROSES’ SERIES | ROSE ‘EVELYN’, BATHSHEBA, CARDING MILL, PAT AUSTIN, JUDE THE OBSCURE, BENJAMIN BRITTEN, LADY GARDENER, TEASING GEORGIA | DAVID AUSTIN
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This time, we would like to share with you a story from Tracee Tuck, a passionate gardener from the US. We hope that her brief story can be a source of inspiration to many gardeners. We highly appreciate Tracee ‘s contribution.
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‘MY FAVORITE ROSES’ SERIES | MS. TRACEE TUCK
Country: USA, Alabama zone 7b
Hours of sun in summer: 7
Hours of sun in winter: 5
Spray or not: 50/50 water and apple cider vinegar
Name of roses: Bathsheba, Evelyn, Carding Mill, Pat Austin, Jude the obscure, Benjamin Bitten, Lady Gardener, Teasing Georgia
Breeder: David Austin
Years in my garden: 2 – 4 years
Type: bush and climbing English Roses
Hardiness: all do very well in my garden with endless blooms passed first frost.
Fertilizer: 13/13/13 twice once in spring and once in July
Photo credit: Tracee Tuck