rosery

rosery

(ˈrəʊzərɪ)
n, pl -series
(Horticulture) a bed or garden of roses
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While we were waiting, Sergeant Cuff looked through the evergreen arch on our left, spied out our rosery, and walked straight in, with the first appearance of anything like interest that he had shown yet.
Gardener, between my beds," says the Sergeant, on whose mind the gravel paths of our rosery seemed to dwell unpleasantly.
Seegrave, as he had looked at the gravel walks in the rosery, and gave us, in his melancholy way, the first taste of his quality which we had had yet.
Scope: Largo city plans a $7 million Rosery Road construction project.
CARDIFF Drop into the rosery at St Fagans National History Museum to learn all about pruning and training roses.
Cards, photographs and a blue rosery were also left at the crash site.
(40) The family first settled in Altona, Manitoba but Penner wanted to be closer to other political radicals and moved to Winnipeg where he found employment at "The Rosery" florist shop.
Here he incorporated his favourite themes: pergolas, a lily pool, a rosery with 7,000 plants, an Italian garden and a Japanese garden replete with a tea-house (Peto visited Japan in 1898).
In 1917, my father lost a very good job with the Rosery Florists as chief flower arranger for the social occasions and weddings of the Pitblados, Ashdowns, Alloways and others of that ilk.
The herbaceous perennials had been moved to the banks sloping down from the Edwardian rosery and potatoes were grown in the border in front of the peaches.
For a fascinating and inspiring horticultural experience with a unique insight into social history, stroll through the picturesque grounds surrounding St Fagans Castle, the restored Victorian rosery and parterre.
Katrina remembered the Echo in the suitcase and before you could say rosery beads, she had it in front of her face saying 'take my picture'."