Friday, November 19, 2010

More roses :-)

I hope you all don't get sick and tired of seeing roses that bloom here in Plum Cottage gardens. I took these pictures yesterday morning but didn't get to work on them until this morning, as I got stuck in the computer working on other things yesterday.

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Old Blush.



Vincent Godsiff next two pictures.





White Ducher





I believe this is Cape Honeysuckle with morning glories in the background.



These morning glories, grow like a weed here.



I believe this is Borderer, it's a rooted cutting I did from my little Borderer bush, as soon as she blooms I'll know for sure.






Zone 10 ~ s.e. FL

13 comments:

Vetsy said...

Flower lady I never get sick of viewing you fabulous roses! I love that dainty White Ducher.

Happy Thanksgiving to you and family.

NanaK said...

I always love seeing your roses. They are amazing. The color of your cape honeysuckle is very nice and delicate. All your blooms go so well with your cottagey theme. Good to see success with your rooted cutting of Borderer. What is your technique for rooting rose cuttings? I've not had much success. Is there a better time of year to try?

Southern Lady said...

Thanks for visiting and commenting on my blog. I thought I would pop over for a visit. I am so glad that I came...I love roses. Your blog is lovely...I think I'll follow. Carla

tina said...

I never get tired of seeing roses. I only wish I could smell them! They are most lovely.

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Carol said...

I cannot imagine ever tiring of roses and yours are lovely! I love your beaded work too. Very sweet. ;>)

aims said...

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Floridagirl said...

No, I don't get sick of seeing your roses, but I do get a little jealous. You certainly do dispel the myth that roses cannot grow in Florida! I always think of you as the "rose cottage" lady. Definitely an unusual style for a Florida garden. I wish I could find a local nursery that sells these types of roses....

Karen said...

I will never be tired of looking at your roses, never fear! The more the merrier, and yours are exceptionally precious. The picture with the cape honeysuckle and the morning glories in the background, oh to be able to capture that in stained glass would be a dream come true. I love the embroidery piece, too, how sweet.

Author Jennifer Hudson Taylor said...

Who could ever get tired of roses?

denimflyz said...

I never tire of your beautiful roses or gardens. Your photos will get me through a what seems to be coming, a cold, bitter winter.
Happy Thanksgiving to your family.
Don't eat too much! :-)

Hocking Hills Gardener said...

You have to be joking girl. LOL! Your roses are what we all need now when our gardens are so bare. So keep showing them for all of us who will be having Cabin Fever very soon. That Cape Honeysuckle is just so pretty. Have a wonderful weekend!

Annie said...

I will never get sick of seeing roses - my most very favourite flowers. Just beautiful

sweetbay said...

How could anyone ever get tired of seeing beautiful roses? :)