Throughout the month of June, we are celebrating the Garden Rose. We will be exploring the varieties available on the flower market and how you can incorporate them into different flower arrangements from simple everyday vases to wedding & event designs.

Colour and Shape

This rose is the epitomy of beauty. Both classically and naturally beautiful, the rose Patience is favourited by many, especially brides. A delightful buttermilk rose with ruffled petal to resemble delicate lace oozing with a clean scent of Old Rose with elements of lemon and lilac.

This rose, amongst many, created by David Austin is a highly desirable wedding flower. You can find more varieties here.

Flower Guides with Triangle Nursery

Source: David Austin Inspired by Beauty

Design combinations

From rustic to traditional and contemporary, the Rose Patience is versatile and works well in all types of foral designs. The creamy, white flowers add a natural radiance and charm.

  • Create a cottage garden feel with natural poppy heads, ammi majus, hypericum berries and luscious greenery.
  • Put a spring in your step and combine with Creme de la creme roses, lemon ranunculus and cream stocks or lisianthus.
  • Combine with soft pinks and ivory roses, dendrobium orchids and freesia.

Flower Guides with Triangle Nursery

Source: Designs with Alexandra Farms via Pinterest

Flower Guides with Triangle Nursery Ltd

Source: Parfum Flower Company via Pinterest

Flower Guides with Triangle Nursery

Source: Flower Design Events via Pinterest

Flower Guides with Triangle Nursery Ltd

Source: STEMS Floral Design + Event Styling

Stay tuned this June for more interesting guides, how to demonstrations, different flower varieties and top tips, on using garden roses in flower arrangements for weddings, events, for gifts or simply to decorate your home.

We’d love to hear from you

What is your experience working with garden rose Patience? What would be your ideal colour palette with this glorious rose? Share with us below 👇 in the comments section.


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