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It's about the roses

Stock Photography By Christina Jablonski

Many species of roses are native to Asia but they grow in other temperate climate regions. The southern part of South Australia has such favourable conditions; roses grow in private gardens, in parks and on the nature strip. The Botanic Gardens of Adelaide and the Ruston's Rose Garden in Renmark have great collections of shrubs, climbers and miniature plants. Among them are classes of the hybrid tea rose, floribunda and grandiflora in a range of colours and fragrances.

Floribunda rose, South
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The orange rose, South
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The rose bud, South Australia
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The rose bud, South Australia
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The tea rose, Australia
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The 'Anne Harkness'
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The David Austin rose, South
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The Sweet Sonata rose, Adelaide
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The rose 'Dearest',
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Rose Double Delight, Queensland
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Bi-coloured rose, South
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The rose bud, Australia
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The 'Black Madonna'
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The orange rose, Australia
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Floribunda rose, Australia
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The tea Rose, Gold Coast,
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Rose 'Black Madonna',
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Rose Double Delight, Queensland
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The 'Seduction' rose,
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The white tea rose, South
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Image #1. Floribunda rose, South Australia The pictured shrub of the floribunda rose 'Queen Elizabeth' has the attractive flowers and a delicate perfume.

Image #2. The orange rose, South Australia A solitary rose bud with drops of morning dew on its orange yellow petals is the most beautiful in the garden.

Image #3. The rose bud, South Australia The sun climbed a little higher and illuminated the rose bud. Its cupped petals look as bright and fresh as the morning itself.

Image #4. The rose bud, South Australia A delicate bud started to open under the warmth of the early autumn sun. It was impossible not to stop, smile and take its photo.

Image #5. The tea rose, Australia A beautiful red flower, the pictured rose grew in the Adelaide Botanic garden.

Image #6. The 'Anne Harkness' rose, South Australia This delightful apricot and yellow rose belongs to a floribunda class. It was photographed on a sunny morning in the Adelaide Botanic Gardens.

Image #7. The David Austin rose, South Australia This attractive red flower is one of the David Austin roses. It was photographed in Glenelg garden in Adelaide.

Image #8. The Sweet Sonata rose, Adelaide Pink and apricot, this rose grows in a shape of the medium size bush.

Image #9. The rose 'Dearest', South Australia The floribunda rose has a lovely fragrance and its large flowers can be pink blend (like the pictured one) and deep pink.

Image #10. Rose Double Delight, Queensland This bi-coloured rose is a medium size, has a delicate perfume and attractive foliage. It was photographed at the Brisbane Botanic Gardens.

Image #11. Bi-coloured rose, South Australia The pictured hybrid tea Double Delight rose has the whitish and red colours. Its two tone flowers are fragrant and its leaves lighter green.

Image #12. The rose bud, Australia Possibly the 'Royal Dream' rose, this photo was taken at the Adelaide Botanic Gardens.

Image #13. The 'Black Madonna' rose, Australia The rose has the deep red petals with even darker colours on their edges. It was photogaphed at the Adelaide gardens.

Image #14. The orange rose, Australia Possibly the 'Hot Chocolate' Rose, this deep orange floribunda plant was photographed in Adelaide.

Image #15. Floribunda rose, Australia The 'Claire' rose is a large flowering bush with pale pink flowers and subtle fragrance.

Image #16. The tea Rose, Gold Coast, Australia The unusual red and yellow rose is mild fragrant and has medium length stems.

Image #17. Rose 'Black Madonna', South Australia The pictured showy flower is one many roses that grace the Adelaide Botanic Gardens.

Image #18. Rose Double Delight, Queensland This bi-coloured rose is of a medium size, has a delicate perfume and attractive foliage. It was photographed at the Brisbane Botanic Gardens.

Image #19. The 'Seduction' rose, South Australia The pictured showy flower is one of many roses at the Rushton Rose Garden.

Image #20. The white tea rose, South Australia This hybrid tea rose with its delicate white and pale green colours is good as a cut flower.

 

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