Tuesday, July 24, 2018

The many faces of Bassoues Tea

Bassoues Tea was slow to start own root but it's finally trying to hit its stride. At times, it can resemble a less double Rosette Delizy, at others, not so much. It can be susceptible to the usual "Tea mildew", but it appears not to be as bad as some. Whatever it is, it's a pretty thing! 

 Natural light


  1. Hey , Kim excellent blog . I came across your work through Paul Barden and some work I’ve been doing solo at a really old cemetery here in Denver with old garden roses. If you have some time to talk roses and hybridizing can you drop me a line at epiphyteme@icloud.com