'The Lady of the Lake’ is a rather rare combination: a repeat-bloomer and a rambling rose. Its slender, flexible stems grow 10 to 12 feet in length, and the blush-pink flowers have a fresh, citrus fragrance. Use it on a pergola, arch, arbor, wall or other structure, or let it form a small tree.
This casual, contemporary home on Lake Austin was built for fun and entertaining. The entry welcomes guests and residents with a green, grassy lawn and a front door cozily enclosed by the pale stone wall exterior.
The main living space of this casual yet contemporary home on Lake Austin is entirely open concept with rugs helping to delineate different areas. Sliding glass doors on both sides of the residence make it easy to entertain indoors and out.
Two Adirondack chairs are positioned toward the gorgeous lake view from this balcony, another one of the home's impressive outdoor living areas. Stately columns and a wrought iron railing keep with the home's Mediterranean design.
This covered patio — one of the home's many outdoor living areas — overlooks a breathtaking view of the infinity pool and lake beyond. Cozy cushioned seating ensures the space is fit for long nights of relaxation and conversation.
This highly-anticipated repeat-blooming rambler rose has sprays of fragrant blush pink flowers and grows up to 10 feet to 15 feet tall, depending on growing conditions. It has long and slender flexible stems bearing large sprays of semi-double flowers. Each bloom is approximately two inches across, with an open formation set off by a nice boss of golden stamens. There is a lovely, fresh citrus fragrance. This is a healthy rose that will repeat flower regularly throughout the summer and will be suitable for growing on an arch, wall, trellis or small tree.