January has been a whirlwind of activity for me. We are formalizing our efforts for Rose Chat Radio in order to reach even more people who want information on growing and maintaining roses in their gardens. I have been working on booking speaking engagements for the spring planting season. Details on both are coming. I am also making a list of the roses that I want for the coming season: My short list: ‘Coretta Scott King’, Baldo Vileagas, Wollerton Old Hall to name just a few…
Wollerton Old Hall – Photo Credit: David Austin Roses
Grande Amore – Photo Credit: Certified Roses
Coretta Scott King – Photo Credit: Weeks Roses
Baldo Villegas – Photo Credit: Heirloom Roses
Today was warm with a high in the low 60′s. Even for Alabama this is quite warm for January. Since the first of the year we have had damaging winds, days of endless rain, snow and now bright sunshine! I have tried in the photos below to capture some of these weather events.
High winds earlier this month lifted my neighbors trampoline up on top of his fence!
A rare snowfall in Birmingham this week. Large snowflakes and winds created a blizzard look to this photo. Taken at Ross Bridge…
I am reminded that life began in a garden and I am inspired daily by its wonders…..
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