Chilworth2gether plants more white roses

Volunteers have planted more white roses in the verge behind the modern iron railings on the main road close to the pub.

Unable to get permission for planting near the station, Chilworth2gether are adding to the magnificent collection of white roses by the roadside. Already three years old, the roses are all doing well and hopefully will soon be big enough to soften the effect of the railings. The verge has been neatly trimmed to help the roses get a good start. All of them are covered in buds, so the first flush should come out soon for us all to enjoy.
Varieties include: “Kew Gardens” “Claire Austin” “Salisbury Cathedral””Iceberg” and the white form of Ros Rugosa.