Ludlow Castle

I bought Ludlow Castle also at Plant World in Las Vegas, NV, Fall 2002.

Tag Description:

Named after England's medieval fortress, this is the quintessential English Rose, with its delicate apricot blush fading to creamy white. The wide shallow flowers are filled with a perfect symmetry of petals, while the fragrance is fruity and warm. Such irresistible flowers can either be grown for cutting, or as a contrast to perrenials.

My description:

January 2006- When Ludlow Castle started blooming it was non-stop! It bloomed all summer and fall last year it was beautiful.

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