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20-OCT-2017 Yvonne

"Reve d'Or"

At home in the rose garden.

French for "dream of gold", this lovely, graceful climber lives up to its name with ease.
It is especially recommended for use on porch pillars, where the pendulous, globular flowers can be seen and appreciated more easily.
Once trained up and established Rve dOr will display for its admirers a wealth of large, loosely double, buff yellow roses with a rich Noisette perfume.
It blooms all season, and we enjoy its autumn performance as well as in Spring.
Mine clambers over the roof of my gazebo and we can see the blooms from our
dining room window on the days the weather isn't nice enough to walk down the path.
Bred in France, and released onto the market in 1869


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MarcViskens16-Feb-2018 20:33
very beautiful
Dennis Hoyne16-Feb-2018 03:22
A beautiful capture of this stunning rose. V
Johnny JAG15-Feb-2018 22:11
I love yellow roses
joseantonio15-Feb-2018 21:08
lovely capture and presentation.V.
Kim15-Feb-2018 20:20
Very beautiful flower picture Yvonne! V
Coleen Perilloux Landry15-Feb-2018 19:46
Beautiful framing and softness in this photo.
Walter Otto Koenig15-Feb-2018 17:08
Love the creamy colors and shapes of the petals. A beautiful image. "V"
Irene Wehrli15-Feb-2018 14:12
A very elegant color and such admirable photo Yvonne - so beautiful!
Irene
Jackdad15-Feb-2018 13:56
Looks more orange than gold to me. ;-) Beautiful name.
LynnH15-Feb-2018 12:59
Gorgeous flowers. Your photo is very good too. V
borisalex15-Feb-2018 11:34
Very french with that pastel color and dreamy indeed! V.
laine15-Feb-2018 11:02
Such a warm buttery gold...a lovely rose. V
chris morton15-Feb-2018 11:01
that's the nearest you want to get to gold, much prettier
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