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Monday, September 12, 2011

The Rose Parade

nears the end of season.

16 comments:

MamaTea said...

Very pretty! We've never been able to grow roses at our place so I really envy those who can. :)

kt said...

When I see roses, I think of my mother. She loved roses and always had them planted around the house.

Thanks for the memory.

Oh, and thanks for the comment.....kt

the canned quilter said...

I adore roses!

Country Gal said...

Mybe at the end of the season but they still look soo pretty ! Lovely photos ! Have a good day !

Jeannelle said...

Beautiful roses, Gail! Years ago, I planted a few rose bushes, but they didn't do very well, so I really admire yours!

LindaG said...

They smelled beautiful to me. :)

Sue said...

Oh, wow! Those are gorgeous.

=)

Nancy @ A Rural Journal said...

So pretty. Tell Marcy she did good. :)

Rob said...

It looks like you have a nice variety of colours there Gail.

The Golden Eagle said...

There are so many colors! :)

Nora said...

I saw the last of the roses here too yesterday. They were lovely orange yellow ones. They looked like they had been dipped in a can of paint. So bright and lovely. It's a shame to see them go.

24 Paws of Love said...

A much pretty rose parade than that other one on TV!!

TechnoBabe said...

Oh my, love a parade. Your roses are delightful. Does your sister cut them all the way back in winter? I am debating getting a rose plant for us here in Nebraska. I think I will go to a nursery in the next town and find out about it. I want a yellow rose for the front facing south.

DesertHen said...

Beautiful colors!

Pat said...

So beautiful. I wish I had a scratch and sniff monitor!

labbie1 said...

So pretty! I love the pink rose with the little grasshopper on it! :)

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