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My mom gave me this rose bush several years ago. I don't know what the name of it is. I call it Mama's Rose. I started taking better care of it 3 1/2 years ago after my mom suddenly passed away. I always trimmed it back every year and I had no idea that it would climb.
Resting, rocking, meditating or praying; all are made more lovely by the view of roses. Belinda's Dream rose invites us all to dream.
This is a rose from my mother's garden!
This rose has the color of 2 plants, yellow and pink. I think that is because it is too close to my red rose plant. It is beautiful though.
I wasn't sure when would be a good time to trim my rose buses, but went ahead and trimmed them anyway this spring. After checking on the internet, I discovered it was actually the best time to do so.
Here is my Double Delight Rose. It's the only rose in my garden that has an exquisite aroma, besides being so gorgeous.
This is just one of the many flowers in my backyard. My husband has a green thumb.
In this first picture the rose bud caught my eye as I was heading out to the side garden. After I downloaded it, I went to re-size the picture, and to my surprise saw these two aphids, single file, heading down the red strip like it was a road.
This is my new mini rose garden in the back yard. DH added a mini fountain and small solar lights to the area. We have a solar lighted umbrella and rockers added to face the little rose garden, all in containers.
Just a couple of photos taken in my front yard. These are photos of my beautiful Cherokee Rose, Georgia's State flower. Wanted share with you how the rose bush was loaded with blossoms and also show a closeup of the actual rose itself.
This is my Purple Tiger Rose. First bloom this year. Every bloom is different, not as "Purple" as I thought it would be. But very interesting all the same.
After a nice rain shower, these Knockout Roses look awesome with raindrops on them. Knockout Roses require little care and are prolific bloomers.
The elegant color of my knock-out roses is so astounding. The leaves look as if they were colored by an artist's paintbrush; the buds of the roses are so deep red and the blossoms are aglow with a red hue that captures one's eye and heart!
I absolutely love rose gardens. Here, there were yellow roses with pink highlights that I believe were just incredible!
This is my "first" real homegrown rose ever. I am so proud of both of these roses! I have impressed myself. I swear these are mine and they are both real!
Last summer our roses were beautiful. This one was rooted off of one of my Mom's bushes. That bush is over 30 years old.
While visiting my daughter I was able to take this pic right after a rain storm so beautiful with the rain drops still on.
Roses that have vivid colors.
My supermarket had many of these discounted to $1.99. I fell in love with this color and am hoping it will grow into a large bush.
My knockout roses are nestled under the fall leaves through the autumn and winter seasons. Once the spring foliage begins to appear in the yard, the rose bushes burst forth with greenery, rosebuds transform into the delicate rose blossoms filled with their color beaming with beauty.
This is the only rose on this bush right now. It is always fun to find a bargain at the $.99 store, even if they have taken the name tags off. This is not a miniature rose bush, but it is smaller than most.
Happy to say the rain we've had in Moorpark has been helpful this year. As promised, here are more pictures of the roses in our yard.
My Confederate Rose in full evening bloom. It has a baby grasshopper on board.