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Sideyard Rose bed with Spring Bulbs

Posted by newyorkrita z6b/7a LI NY (My Page) on
Mon, May 2, 11 at 13:51

The rose bed that runs along the south side of my house. Roses are leafed out and starting to grow. Tulips and Wood Hyacinths are blooming. Daffodils are done. I have lilies in there also for summer color. I love roses and lilies and especially love them together.

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RE: Sideyard Rose bed with Spring Bulbs

It is just gorgeous there Rita! I love your wood hyacinths! Everything is just coming along so fast for you and I think there is a big growth difference in so much since last years photos. It's really filling in everywhere! Lovely.


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RE: Sideyard Rose bed with Spring Bulbs

As soon as the roses get fully leafed out it makes a big difference. Before that the bed looks very stark, after quite lusch. Amazing what some folliage can do. I love spring.


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Beautiful! Looks like you've created a paradise--thanks for posting photos!


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And new pictures of the same rose garden with bulbs.

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  • Posted by memo Zone 4B Nebraska (My Page) on
    Fri, May 6, 11 at 1:38

Outstanding Rita, you've done it again!

MeMo


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RE: Sideyard Rose bed with Spring Bulbs

Very, very nice. I bet it's a joy to walk through every day to see what is blooming.


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Things seem really lush to have Tulips blooming too. If I remember correctly, the last time I planted tulips here they arrived colorfully beautiful well ahead of all the rest, standing lonely guard over the warmer weather coming!


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