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Saturday, September 7, 2013

Roses


The last of the roses - and a pretty bouquet


The last of the summer miniature roses - on my piano

Yellow and peach - fresh from a rain shower


And a lovely bouquet that Don brought home for me









16 comments:

Karen Frost said...

Beautiful roses - I can't believe summer is almost over. How lovely to get roses from your sweetie. xo

Mary said...

Oh they are magnificent! :D

Lynn said...

these roses are gorgeous, my hubby picked what we think may be our last three red roses for the year...how sweet of your hubby, us girls always like to receive flowers..

greenthumb said...

So very pretty, happy birthday to your husband.

Julie Fukuda said...

My Dad was a rosarian so I grew up in a rose garden. Roses don't do as well in our volcanic soil and I have given up trying to grow them but I miss them whenever I see a bouquet or a picture.

Kay said...

Pretty! Roses are always a favorite.

Deb @ Paper Turtle said...

Oh gosh - SOOOO pretty! I could almost smell that yellow rose - and your photograph with the roses on the piano is lovely. :o)

flwrjane said...

Love the roses, especially that yellow one. I harvest more black spot than I do blossoms, so I'm triply impressed.

Thanks for joining in.

xo Jane

Bernideen said...

A sweet little bouquet!

Jen said...

Lovely flowers--I am crazy about yellow roses these days. Just planted some.

Susan ~ Southern Fascinations said...

Such lovely yellow roses and a honey that brings home roses... splendid!

Amelia said...

Beautiful yellow roses! Obviously an original thought :)

Rebecca said...

I guess pumpkins will be next?

Bare Mtn Farm said...

So lovely are your roses. The deer ate mine.

Liz Hockamier said...

Your roses are so pretty! Thank you so much for sharing them at Fresh-Cut Friday! :) I'm following you now. :)

Enjoy your week!
~Liz

Christa atCedarmereFarm said...

Hi JoAnn,
I love roses. They are beautiful and smell so good. I particularly like yellow ones. We have one bush of yellow roses at home. The fragrance is intense. Usually, it's the fragrance that reminds me to look for a newly opened rose.
Christa