Fall Into Winter
It's not exactly prime rose growing season and many of us are either in a drought situation or buried under ice and snow. Nevertheless, I took a few pictures over the last six weeks or so and here they are. Please don't hold your breath and expect visions of beauty, because it's slim pickings, but this too is part of the garden year.
Mme. Cornelissen - Dec. 12
My first and only plant of stock - fragrant!
Aunt Margy's Rose
Autumn color by the studio
Braveheart the squirrel overlooking "his" quail
Mr. and Mrs. Quail
Heirloom in its hot spot
Its third day in the hot sun - no crisping
Mrs. B.R. Cant
White pelargonium is newest embellishment; its partner is hidden at the other end
Mme. Cornelisson - Jan. 18
Wild Edric flourishing in his cozy bed