John Gray shows off the Brindabella Pink Bouquet.
John Gray shows off the Brindabella Pink Bouquet.

Find to change way roses are grown

GARDENERS around the world are rejoicing - Toowomba's Brindabella Country Gardens owners John and Sylvia Gray have discovered a rose which flowers all year round and never gets blackspot.

The "Brindabella Pink Bouquet" not only looks great but smells amazing as well, is a generational change in rose genetics and it set to change the way roses are grown around the world.

"It ticks all the boxes," Mr Gray said.

"It is repeat flowering every seven weeks, has strongly perfumed flowers, is a lovely rounded shape and never suffers from blackspot."


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