I have been out in the garden this weekend snapping photos of the remaining blooms in our garden. The growth has slowed now and we will soon be in a state of dormancy for the winter. I am enjoying each bloom and am amazed at the vibrancy and depth of colors.
Blooms From Our Garden This Week
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Christopher R. VanCleave – America’s Favorite Rose Gardener
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Pretty blooms! I particularly like the Climbing Pinkie Polyantha!
It is fast becoming a favorite in our garden. Very easy to grow. No Spray. Earth Kind Rose.
Will have to see if I have a place for such a great one.
lovely Chris! I hate to see them go.
Susan, I do too! Makes me a little sad every year…..
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simply beautiful 😉