Rosa 'Charles Dickens' is a new hybrid tea rose, it was launched in The Festival of Roses Marquee, at the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show 2016. Rosa 'Charles Dickens' was bred by Ronnie Rawlins, and selected by Marion Dickens, the great-great-granddaughter of Charles Dickens, to raise money to fund a new visitor centre, museum, and rose garden, at Gads Hill Place in Kent, where Charles Dickens spent 13 years of his life.
Yew can be used in many ways in the garden, it's ideal if you're thinking of planting an evergreen hedge, yew can be clipped and grown as topiary, or if you have a large garden, you might want to include a yew tree. Yew berries, also known as arils, are a popular food for blackbirds and greenfinches in the winter months.
Geum 'Scarlet Tempest was bred by Elizabeth MacGregor in Galloway, south-west Scotland. This new Geum has a long flowering season, it starts flowering while the frosty weather is still around in April, and continues flowering until about September time.