Reading Lillede (Florist Kimbud)

Pettus
USD 78.11

Pettus

Liiliad, roosid ja kipslill

Ohtlik Armastus
USD 126.72

Ohtlik Armastus

12 roosi ja liiliad

Kiindumus
USD 91.13

Kiindumus

12 roosi

Suudlused
USD 109.36

Suudlused

24 roosi ja kipslill

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Küps Sarm
USD 78.11

Küps Sarm

Roosid

Seksikas
USD 117.17

Seksikas

Liiliad, roosid ja kipslill

Õrn
USD 78.11

Õrn

Liiliad ja kipslill

Varjupaik
USD 126.72

Varjupaik

Roosid ja aednelgid

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Rahulik
USD 78.11

Rahulik

8 roosi

Flirt
USD 78.11

Flirt

Roosid, liiliad ja gerberad

Kiusatus
USD 126.72

Kiusatus

Liiliad, aednelgid ja kipslill

Tunnustus
USD 126.72

Tunnustus

Liiliad, roosid, gerberad ja aednelgid

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Armastus Esimesest Pilgust
USD 126.72

Armastus Esimesest Pilgust

Liiliad, gerberad ja roosid

Peene
USD 78.11

Peene

12 roosi

Kestev Ilu
USD 86.79

Kestev Ilu

Roosid

Hindamatu
USD 104.15

Hindamatu

Aednelgid, roosid

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Home to the ancient abbey where King Henry I is said to be buried, the town of Reading has plenty of historic sights for visitors and residents to wander through. Basildon Park boasts a stunning rose garden and the Museum of English Rural Life is dedicated to farming. The large township is also home to Forbury Gardens where visitors can enjoy ice skating in the winter and live concerts in the warmer months. There are several skillfully designed flower beds that change throughout the year and visitors are encouraged to wander through the gardens before stopping at the estate’s nurseries. In the spring petunias can be found in the beds, along with yellow marigolds and red wax begonias. The summer is when the red and white roses burst into bloom, along with phlox and verbena. Dusty Miller, cosmos, columbine and dark red coleus make a striking combination. One can also find daisies, purple cornflowers, dahlias and anemones blooming in the gardens. The Thames path takes visitors along the river where they can catch a glimpse of sunflowers, carnations and other wildflowers in the meadows, and purple irises growing at the water’s edge.