Tuesday, November 8, 2011

11/8/11


Sweet Pea Rose

I love this little rose.  She goes to mauve when the cooler weather arrives.  No wonder, since she is a seedling of the rose named Lavender Pink Parfait.

5 comments:

1st Man said...

Wow, these are so pretty. Next Spring, when I start planting stuff outside the farmhouse, I will be scouting out ideas from your blog. You have such beautiful flowers. I just love that. Like I said, if I can do half of what you have, I'll be happy!

Bluestem said...

Welcome back! That must have been some birthday party. Great photos. Isn't it nice to have some moisture again?

College Gardener said...

Really pretty. How do they hold up over the summer?

Donald's Garden said...

1st Man - Thanks! I feel the same about your blog!

Bluestem - Yes the moisture and cool weather are extra special, having gone through the summer. It's good to be blogging again! Thanks!

Donald's Garden said...

College Gardener - This rose does pretty well in the summer. It repeats several times. This summer was a test for it and it came through with flying colors (literally!)