The trees, with their different kinds of foliage, rise up straight and tall, fantastically colored by patches of lichen, forming magnificent colonnades, with a line of straggling hedgerow of guelder rose
, briar rose, box and arbutus above and below the roadway at their feet.
The--er--Aster, and the Crocus, and the--er--Ladies' Smock in her season, the Chrysanthemum after her kind, and the Guelder Rose
bringing forth abundantly withal.
And the light music of the dropping whey is in my ears, mingling with the twittering of a bird outside the wire network window--the window overlooking the garden, and shaded by tall Guelder roses.
There were the tall hollyhocks beginning to flower and dazzle the eye with their pink, white, and yellow; there were the syringas and Guelder roses, all large and disorderly for want of trimming; there were leafy walls of scarlet beans and late peas; there was a row of bushy filberts in one direction, and in another a huge apple-tree making a barren circle under its low-spreading boughs.
Crataegus It is also one of the shrubs that the Royal Society for the Protection of t Birds recommend we plant to help birds through winter, along with hawthorn, holly, honeysuckle and guelder rose
It is also one of the shrubs that the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds recommend we plant to help birds through winter, along with hawthorn, holly, honeysuckle and guelder rose
With its glowing, jewel-like droplets, Viburnum opulus, the guelder rose
, is truly tempting.
As I didn't have any 'normal' painkillers in the house, she agreed to try my Guelder Rose
So plant some specimens which the birds will leave alone, such as Skimmia, Aucuba and the guelder rose
(Viburnum opulus), which tend to be their least favourites.
So plant specimens which the birds will leave alone, such as skimmia, aucuba and guelder rose
(viburnum opulus), which tend to be their least favourites.
That these palisads be elegantly planted, diligently kept and supply'd with such shrubs as yield the most fragrant and odoriferous flowers, and are aptest to tinge the Aer upon every gentle emission at a great distance: such as are the sweet-brier, all the periclymena's and woodbines; the common white and yellow jessamine, both the syringa's or pipe trees; the guelder rose
, the musk, and all other roses; genista hispanica .