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Mar 5, 2015 8:12 AM CST
|What is that...?|
Mar 5, 2015 2:48 PM CST
So many people ask about that bush,..it certainly catches a persons eye,..its Cytisus scoparius,..'Scotch Broom',..it comes in several colors,..oh in the USA some States class it as a weed.
Mar 5, 2015 4:35 PM CST
|Yes, I thought that's what it was--couldn't think of the name. I wanted it badly, but few sell it because of its status here as invasive.|
Mar 5, 2015 4:46 PM CST
|I was hoping it would reseed here alas nothing doing,..i got two cuttings some 10 years ago and grew the two to the stage you see them at,..problem is they are getting taller with the blooms at the top and a thick base of about three foot with just the bare base,..so i will need to fill that gap this year,..as you mentioned they are invasive in the USA but mine didn't spread .|
Mar 5, 2015 4:57 PM CST
|And which roses do you have... looks like three different ones in the picture?|
Mar 5, 2015 6:25 PM CST
There are 20 rose bushes in the garden,..alas i only have the names of a few,..Rose Reinedes violettes of which the leaves are scented,..a white rose named "Ice Cream",..and a David Austin named "Karresia Rose",..all the others were from cuttings i was given where the rose bushes were not tagged,..one was grown from seed it was a cross between a yellow rose and a red,..someone said it looked like a golden orange,..so i called it after that person,.."Lauries Golden Orange",..not registered.
I have not checked that the video below is the correct one to send you but many of the roses are in there.
Correction,..just had a glimpse of the video and 1 min 30 secs shows Lauries Golden Orange,..looks like just any other rose except its a cross.