Bus Tour June 19, 2010

Page 5 of 6

Fourth garden, Rose des Champs, Sainte-Catherine-de-Hatley

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In a beautiful setting, 2000 rose bushes, 650 varieties. A small sample pictured here.
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Owner and one of
our guides, Normand Benoit.

This garden, and producer of rose hips and
petals, has a wonderful view.

Prairie rose. Garlic is inter-planted to deter insects.
They spray with potassium carbonate against black spot.

Here are some specimens,
not all named.

William Baffin a climbing explorer.

Morden Centennial.

This one wasn't introduced, hence no name.

The statue and fountain seen through an
arbour of William Baffin and Charles Albanel.

White prosperity.

Mme Zoetmans starts pink
and ends almost white.

Another one who was incognito.

This is aptly named Joseph's Coat
It needs winter protection.

Elina, a yellow hybrid tea beauty.

Just to show that this garden wasn't all roses.


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