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> This unidentified Pink Hybrid Tea was the first rose in my current garden. If the frost holds off, it always has a few blooms remaining at Thanksgiving.
> This spindly specimen helped re-kindle my love of roses. This was the only rose on the place when we moved here in 2005. With just a little care: Pruning, Water, Fertilizer this rose sprang back to life. From Fall … Continue reading
> My morning garden walk yielded a nice bouquet of blooms. These are from the “pink” rose bushes that I have no name for, and the other are from our “Moondance” floribunda shrubs. I think they make a stunning combination!
>It is a beautiful Saturday in Helena, Alabama. The temp is in the low 70’s, the sun is shining, my roses are blooming and I am on my second cup of Pike Place Roast….. Who could ask for more? Pictured … Continue reading
> Good Sunday morning to you! I spent a big part of the early morning pulling weeds and deadheading roses. I do believe that this has been the hottest summer known to man! The temp here has reached over 90 … Continue reading
>The heat of summer has arrived in Alabama. Temps in the upper 80’s to low 90’s and lots of humidity. I can report that we are having normal rainfall amounts for the first time in many a summer and our … Continue reading
> Here it is, All Hallows Eve and we still have roses. Mild temps and a lot of rain have kept the roses growing this year. We are still seeing a few nice blooms. Most become water logged before ever … Continue reading