Paul’s Himalayan Musk at its best

A wonderful, haunting fragrance is dominating our flower garden. Paul’s Himalayan Musk Rambler is at its best this week. He needs one week to open all the tiny roses, placed together in thick but elegant bunches. Followed by two weeks of fragrance, scenting the whole area. And one week to fall apart into snowflakes… This rambler was originally bred by George Paul jr. in 1916 in Hertfordshire, but rediscovered in 1960. The parents are possibly ‘Paul’s Tree Climber’ or ‘Paul’s Himalayica, Double Pink’. You need place for this rambler: or you can let him ,,ramble” in a tree of grow on buildings and walls (6m x 9m).

This weekend we also found a moment to harvest the last springleek. And one month earlier as normal: the first raspberries (summer variety)…

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