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The Seven Best Yellow Roses for a Cottage Garden

As roses go, it is hard to pick a favorite, but I would say I have a definite leaning toward yellow roses.  Yellow roses speak to me in the morning with their cheery “Hello Sunshine” nod. I am posting pictures of some of my favorites through the years. Some are a pure and noble yellow, some have a subtle blend of apricot and cream.  Choose your favorite.
DSC03356Graham Thomas a David Austin rose 
Lady Hillingdon Tea rose 2
Lady Hillingdon Tea Climber
golden celebration
Golden Celebration a David Austin rose
autumn sunset
Autumn Sunset Climber
Lady Banks Rambler Climbing rose
Jude the Obscure 
Jude the Obscure a David Austin Rose
Last but not least is my no name rose. I have lost the tag and forgotten the name but it is one of my
best performers in the garden. Love this cheery color.

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