Garden Bloggers Bloom Day
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I have many flowers this May. Thank you for coming by. We would have tea in the garden but it’s a bit too cool and breazy.
Dick Clark is planted in the bed that surounds the patio. Plant this rose close by becaus you will want to see all colors. No two roses are alike. But they all have a delightful cinnamon fragrance.
I have two Queen Elizabeth roses, planted in large containers. They are so lovely, I have not decided on a permanant home for them. When I bought these roses, they were in the discount table at Lowes, reduced for qick sale. The queens were happy to get a little food, water, and a place to stretch their roots.
Did I mention all the rain we’ve been having in southeat Missouri? Yes, I’m tired of it too.
I do not know what kind of rose this is, It has been planted in my circle garden for about 4 years. It has that great old fashioned rose fragrance. There are lots of bright yellow blooms that fade to a soft yellow. It has the most thorns of any rose I have.