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WILDLIFE OF NORTHERN ENGLAND

Part Five - The Rose.

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Introduction

The text on this page is from the book-Children's Gardens, by Mrs Evelyn Cecil {1865-1941}, published in London by Macmillan in  1902. The book is not in copyright and the pages are courtesy of the Biodiversity Heritage Library.  

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Here in part five Mrs Cecil writes about that most familiar summer flower - the Rose.

Yellow roses have long been admired in gardens

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Climbinng roses are still popular in country gardens.

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Rosa 'Catherine Mermet'

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Moss rose

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Rosa rugosa

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Rosa regosa  produces large hips.

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In Part Six

In part six of this series, Mrs Cecil looks at Children's Gardens in the Autumn.

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