Feb 8, 2017

David Austin Rose GIVEAWAY!

I am so excited to tell you
I am teaming with David Austin Roses
to give away a Rose!
I will be having the drawing on Valentines Day,
to fill one lucky winners day with Roses!!
my lucky winner
will receive 1 Bare Root Lady of Shalott rose...
'Lady of Shalott' (Ausnyson) – Approximately 60 petals. Repeat-flowering. David Austin and his team consider this one of the best roses they have produced, similar in style to the well-loved 'Pat Austin' but with improved health and garden performance. It blooms with remarkable continuity throughout the season. This is an ideal rose for the inexperienced gardener, and will also be prized by passionate Rosarians. The young buds are a rich orange-red and open to form apricot-hued chalice-shaped blooms filled with loosely arranged petals. Each petal has a salmon pink upper side that contrasts beautifully with the attractive golden-yellow reverse side. Its warm tea fragrance has pleasing hints of spiced apple and cloves. The rose quickly forms a large, bushy shrub with slightly arching stems. The mid-green leaves have attractive, slightly bronzed tones when young. Over the season, the later blooms seem to be even more beautiful than the earlier ones. Named for the Tennyson Society, which promotes the work of 19th century poet Alfred, Lord Tennyson. "The Lady of Shalott" was a popular ballad of Tennyson's, inspired by Arthurian legend. Grows to approximately 4 feet x 3½ feet. Hardy in USDA zones 5 – 9.
Isn't she lovely!
I am going to offer lots of ways for you to enter...
each comment you leave needs to include something from below
and each comment is an entry
so divide your comments up and
enter alot...
follow me in these places...
My Blog by E-Mail (on my sidebar)
My Blog Folllowers List (on my sidebar)
for even more entries!
share my giveaway on any of your social media platforms
tweet it,  Facebook about it... anything you like,
just tell your friends about my Rose Giveaway!
(feel free to grab the Lady of Shalott image above)
and then come back here
 and in comments tell me where you shared!
each place you share
is another entry for you...
Congratulations Dezzie!
you are the winner!!!
Good Luck to All of You!!


Addie Marie said...

This is so lovely!!! I would like to wish me and everyone luck on this beautiful rose! From Addie Jaquith-Park

Lennysredrose said...

I've always Brenda fan of your sites and these English Roses �� being named Cindi Rose may have had something to do with that lol

Kathy said...

I'm signed up as a follower. Thanks for the chance to maybe plant this beauty in our garden.

Kathy said...

I'm an email subscriber too. Thanks so much!

The Charm of Home said...

I follow your blog on GFC, you on Facebook. I follow Bella's RC on Facebook, Twitter, Bloglovin, and Instagram.
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Thanks for the great giveaway and all of the chances!

My one and only DA rose died two winters ago.:(

Portobello Road said...

really lovely** makes me wish for spring even harder !!!

Denisa said...

So very Perrrty! I love this rose, Lady Emma Hamilton and Pat Austin. All lovely tangerine roses from DA.

Dorky Geek said...

I love the idea of use using a Valentine candy box this way. I have a few boxes I've saved because they were so lovely.

Thank you for the great idea!

I also love roses, especially David Austen. The university where I work has a huge rose garden with a white gazebo in the center. The Austen roses are the most fragrant and I have gotten many cuttings when the rose gardener prunes each year. What a lovely job to have, the Rose Gardener.

janicek said...

I signed up as your follower on Facebook and a friend request as well. I'm so happy to have found your blog again - lost you for awhile. I am a Washingtontonian as well and just placed an order with David Austin for some roses for my daughter-in-law and of course, me. Your blog is a treat for these eyes!!

Steph said...

Shared on my FB wall. I used to grow beds full of DA roses when I lived in the southern US, but now I'm in the Sonoran Desert and have to satisfy myself with a few potted roses. I'd love an excuse to make room on my balcony for another!

Steph said...

Oh, also just signed up as an email subscriber to your blog.

Steph said...

And am following your FB page. 😃

JKC said...

Gorgeous! What an unique colour, a lovely addition to anyone's garden. Yay Spring!

GTFMProf said...

What a beautiful color this David Austin rose is. It would be lovely with my lavender and purple irises and grey rock wall. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

lauren said...

Dear Bella, Thank you for sharing your beautiful roses! Your photographs are so lovely and the David Austin rose reminds me of my favorite saint, Saint Therese the Little Flower. We would love to win this rose as my youngest daughter was born on Saint Valentine's day.

http://deezie-sunshinedeezines.blogspot.com/ said...

Good Morning
I already subscribe to you for your blog, I get your new blog posts on my email and I already follow you on facebook.
That rose is gorgeous, would love love love to win it
have the best day ever