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Friday, June 15, 2012

Everything's Coming Up Roses, Part Two

After an embarrassingly long delay, I am finally taking you on a tour of the back yard.  We practically live out here when the weather cooperates; even simple meals taste stupendous when you are sounded by the heady aroma of hundreds of rose blooms.

'Constance Spry'; English Rose Climber, 1961

'Radiance'; Hybrid Tea, 1908

'Seagull'; 1907

Seagull, in Italian Prune tree

Foreground: 'Francesca', 1922 and 'Danae', 1913.  The pink rose in the center back is 'Applejack', 1973

Climbers: 'Rêve d'Or', 1869 and 'Sombreuil', c. 1880.

Once-Bloomers, L-R: 'Gloire de France', 1828; 'Belle de Crecy, <1836; 'Bella Donna', <1848; 'Mme. Plantier', 1835; 'Mme. Antoine Mari', <1890.

A riot of roses.

Foreground: 'Lady Hillingdon', 1910

Upper Left to Lower Right: 'Sombreuil', c. 1880; "Portland from Glendora", found rose; 'Mme. Joseph Schwartz', 1880; 'Marchesa Boccella', 1842; 'Baby Love' (yellow) 1992

'Buff Beauty', 1939

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Here are a couple photos I took today.

Baby roses (gallon size) in the greenhouse.  We were going to have a sale but did a jewelry show instead.  We have got to have a sale in July and find these babies homes!

We're eating right here just about every day that the weather allows.  it sure smells good...

This arbor is the path to the chicken coop, behind the garage.  :-)
Well, that's enough for now.  I hope you enjoyed visiting my rosy corner of the world!


  1. Looks like I need to get over there again SOON! Absolutely beautiful and thanks for taking the time to share it with us <3 Cherie :)