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More early bird blooms

Posted by kathy9norcal CA 9 (My Page) on
Thu, Apr 11, 13 at 16:37

Only the ones in full sun are starting to bloom which is good as I don't need too many photos at once. Here are some more of what is open now.

Tuscan Sun from bud to bloom. I really love these colors.

Crowd Pleaser, a sport of Lynn Anderson, I believe.

Pirscilla Burton has to be a climber here. I have it in part sun and it does fine. In heat, it is a burgundy red solid color.

Midnight Blue I had to mess with this to get a dark enough purple and still it isn't dark enough. Tons of buds, mini-rose size blooms.

Jean Giono, a real favorite.

Chihuly Always reminds me of his amazing glass.

Tamora I got it as an own root. It is taking forever and many moves to grow to a good sized bush. I am hoping this spot is what it wants.

Thanks for looking. My 3 new roses haven't bloomed yet. Sorry for all the repeats from other years. Pictures are new, roses aren't.

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RE: More early bird blooms

  • Posted by jim1961 5/6 Central Pa (My Page) on
    Thu, Apr 11, 13 at 22:32

Very nice blooms Kathy! I really like Pirscilla Burton...

RE: More early bird blooms

I agree, Priscilla is lovely, but I love all the others too.
Thanks for sharing.

RE: More early bird blooms

Tuscan Sun has colors that melt my heart. I like Priscilla Burton too- very showy. I'll bet it looks great in the garden.

RE: More early bird blooms

  • Posted by seil z6b MI (My Page) on
    Sun, Apr 14, 13 at 17:33

Oh, these are gorgeous!

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