Welcome to Luana Carpenter’s beautiful garden in Massilon, Ohio, where celebrations are in full swing because the roses are blooming! We’ve been to Luana’s garden before, so check out this link if you’d like to see more.
I’m always excited to see the roses bloom in my Ohio garden; it makes the garden really feel alive. On the main entrance and arbor into my garden is white ‘New Dawn’ rose with Clematis ‘Huldine’.
Close-up of ‘White New Dawn’ and Clematis ‘Huldine’ blooming together.
In other parts of the garden are yellow ‘Carefree Sunshine’ roses. I love mixed borders so my roses don’t stand alone.
Close-up of the blooms of yellow ‘Carefree Sunshine’ roses.
I grow several peachy orange roses.
The English rose ‘Pat Austin’
Another peachy-pink rose, this one with a modern, high-centered form. There is room for every style of rose in this garden.
A side entrance into my Ohio garden with ‘Zephirine Drouhin’ climbing rose. This is a beautiful thornless rose that does well in my part-sun garden.
Close-up of the blooms of ‘Zephirine Drouhin’ climbing rose.
Love this garden? Well, we’ve got even more pictures of it coming in tomorrow’s post!
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