Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Rose Wednesday

Jan from Jan and Tom's Place hosts Rose Wednesday every week, I decided to show you more rosy photos as you can imagine I've been taking hundreds of photos and since many of you dear blogger friends who live in the Northern Hemisphere are going into winter, I thought you might appreciate seeing some Spring scenes.
"Jubilee Celebration" (David Austin)
Tree Rose "Candy Cane" up close (see the white streaks?)
"The Dark Lady" (David Austin)"Tamora" (David Austin) in front (apricot)
Last but not least, I have been trying to leave the first Spring roses on the plants as long as I could, but since we had company last Friday night, I thought it wouldn't hurt to cut some fresh flowers for some arrangements and below are the pictures. Now make sure you also hop over to Jan and Tom's Place to check out other bloggers' lovely posts on Rose Wednesday. Have a lovely Wednesday.

14 comments:

Jan and Tom's Place said...

Hi Rosy,

Your ROSES are lovely!! I want to take a REAL walk through your garden, it looks beautiful. I can almost smell all of them!!

~Blessings,
Jan

bj said...

Oh, my...what a magnificent rose garden you have. Just lovely!!

Somewhere In Time- Christie (yardsalequeen) said...

Gorgeous Roses! Beautiful Post...Happy Rose Wednesday to you!
xoxo,
Queenie

fitty's pinky rose cottage said...

Hi Rosy. Happy Rose Wednesday and you have awesome garden.. how i wish I could visit your garden and smells the roses.. thanks for sharing and have a nice day!

Cami @ Creating Myself said...

I think you have one of the most beautiful gardens in blogland! Your roses are just lovely & I don't see a black spot on any of them. *said a little petulantly*

Sandi@ My Yellow Door said...

Your roses are luscious! How wonderful to be surrounded by them.
It must be heavenly to walk in your garden! Thanks for sharing.

Blessings,
Sandi

Dresden Plate said...

Nothing is better than a David Austin rose, is it?!

ivoryspring said...

Lovely! I also like the floral arrangement - the lavender accents made the perfect touch!

jeanne said...

Hello Rosy, your roses are to die for.
Well almost. smile. They are all so beautiful. The cut roses are arranged perfectly. what a joy your post is today.

Hugs...Jeanne

Shirl said...

Hi Rosy, Happy Rose Wednesday! What a cute post, your roses are just beautiful, it would be heaven for me to grow roses like that. I have awful soil so I have to work hard to get a few blooms.
Blessings, Shirl
Shirls Rose Cottage

Wanita said...

Your roses are so beautiful. My yard is quite small, and I just planted my first rose bush this year. I hope it does well. Thanks for sharing your lovely garden.

Blessings,
Wanita

CIELO said...

Ahhhh, what a treat! Your garden is doing so well.... those roses are amazing... I would spend all my days and nights in that garden (working, of course!) :) Is just beautiful! and thanks for sharing them with us, now that winter is approaching, this is where I'll come to get some sunshine and roses... Have a great weekend, my gardener friend...

cielo

Art by Ronda Juniper Ray said...

Beauteous, beauteous, beauteous. I still have every intention of painting some of your beauties. I want to do one small enough to ship to you in Australia!

And in looking at your garden, hmmmm, maybe there's a painting there, too.

Hmmmmmm, maybe you should PUBLISH A BOOK! :-)))

OK, I'll stop about the book thing.

Hope you're having a wonderful weekend!

Anonymous said...

Does anyone here know the name of that painting/print or the artist?