Companion Austins for wisteria and Golden Celebration
I haven't been on this forum since last summer getting a little antsy for spring. Who isn't? So doing a little planning. We're removing a long privet hedge in the spring and creating a long bed. I'd like to put in David Austins in groups of three. Looking for suggestions that won't create a color riot next to a pergola planted with wisteria (up top) and Golden Celebration (climbing one post) Considering Lady of Shallot because I love the color and the new catalog makes it sound pretty vigorous. A little worried about how it will look next to the purple and yellow. Good combo? What else? I think I have room for two more plantings of three so I'm also wondering which others to plant.
I was thinking The Crocus Rose but the hydrangea are white when the flowers first arrive (Limelight) so I wanted a bit of contrast. Maybe Munstead Wood? Lady of Shallot could be hard to coordinate with.