Now that the last of my roses has dropped to the ground, I thought I'd look back at old photographs not posted yet.
The first shot is of my first roses to bloom each year and the first to stop blooming. That shot was taken in early May of 2009 and the red roses are in front of my raised beds which are in front of my greenhouse. My greenhouse is attached to my green storage building.
The rest of the rose shots are my Sutters' Gold which bloom in front of the storeage building, starting sometime in June and finishing up in the Autumn. I have been posting them a lot lately because until recently they continued while others were already done for the year.
These rose shots were taken in October of 2009. The last of this variety of roses finally dropped it's petals this week.
I like the way these rose are so diverse. They look quite different from each other as well as change a lot as the bloom opens and matures.
I have four other varieties of roses which I have posted in the past, and have other shots not yet posted which I may use in future posts because winter will limit my choices for current Today's Flowers shots.
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Delicate petals, these pictures are really outstanding!
Have a great week dear Carver,
God bless you
I love the combination of colors here...just magnificently looking and so delicate.
So pretty and touchable. Makes me want to visit your garden.
How gorgeous! I love the closeups, they are beautiful! And such a pretty color!
Those are beautiful Carver..I too will have to reach into the archives, but it cheer me up just to be able to blog about flowers...
I love the multicolours of your Sutters´Gold. These pictures are so beautiful and I look forward to see the rest of your rose shots.
What a stunning shade! and i love the way it changes color as it matures, Carver.
What a magnificent color combination in your roses. Your photos are fantastic, such a pleasure to look at.
A treat to see so many images of roses when in most gardens their brif blossoming life is now over until the next summer. I have yet a few still showing off their charm and beauty!
an admirer of rose..NG
Sutter's Gold is such a gorgeous variety, Carver!
lovely shots of the roses. rose means love. i can smell their scents too..
Incredible coloring on your roses.! I had to go back to early summer for pictures too.
Those roses are really beautiful. I love the colors.
What a great entry you have! Worth visiting here. Mine is up. God Bless! Hope to see you around.
I too love roses and the Sutter's Gold is ust so unmistakable once you know it, like Peace that also shine out from any collection.
still many blooms to take snaps carver
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