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And almost gone for the season. This photo of some Nearly Wild floribunda roses was taken back in June of this year. There are still roses around but their time is running out as today is the first day of … Continue reading
But in your dreams whatever they be Dream a little dream of ……
They mystery about them is that I either neglected to take note of their names or their name tags were hidden or missing. Hopefully someone out there can help me give them their names back.
Bullseye (sometimes spelled Bull’s Eye) is a shrub rose that is said to have a sweet spice fragrance, is nearly thornless and very resistant to black spot. Sounds like something I stand a chance of being able to grow.
It wasn’t just the beautiful color of this rose that caught my attention, it was the way it grew. There it was, this bush growing in an arch with all of these gorgeous buds and roses on it. Who could … Continue reading
Her name is Rugelda and we shall see her beauty in color tomorrow.
Dear little honey bee you are so very important to all of us you see. We need you to keep pollinating to and fro. Because we want the plants you visit to continue to grow. Plus we really love your … Continue reading
Try saying that three times fast! My mind keeps wanting me to pronounce the name of this beautiful shrub rose the same as the bubble gum, Dubble Bubble. Such a tongue twister for a pretty in pink rose. … Continue reading
Roses are my most favorite flower to photograph. Besides their beauty I enjoy being around them taking in the entire sensory experience. Within a single rose bush, depending on what stages the flowers are, you can take several different shots … Continue reading
A beautiful yellow shrub rose; one of my favorites in the park. I love their color and their five delicate petals. Here you go, Tim!