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Blooming in spite of the heat

Posted by peachymomo Ca 8 (My Page) on
Mon, Jul 1, 13 at 21:50

Despite our heatwave I've got a surprising number of pretty roses.

Anthony Meilland
anthony meilland photo anthonymeilland.jpg

Joseph's Coat
koseph's coat photo josephscoat-1.jpg

Le Pactole
le pactole photo lepactole.jpg

Portland from Glendora
portland from glendora photo portlandfromglendora.jpg

Autumn Sunset
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Bishop Darlington
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Abraham Darby
abraham darby photo abrahamdarby-2.jpg

Julia Child
julia child photo juliachild-2.jpg

Molineux
molineux photo molineux-3.jpg

Rose de Rescht
rose de rescht photo rosederescht-1.jpg

I couldn't resist posting a bush shot of Rose de Rescht because it's looking so good.
rose de rescht photo rosedereschtbush.jpg

And one of a new basal shoot on my own root Lemon Spice that I planted in the spring.
lemon spice photo lemonspice.jpg

Gold Medal, White Eden, Korde's Brilliant, and Kirsten Poulsen all had pretty flowers, unfortunately I wasn't able to get good photos of them so they'll have to wait for another day.

Have a nice day everyone, try to keep cool!


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RE: Blooming in spite of the heat

My favs are Portland and Abraham Darby!!! Abe looks sensational!!
Love what you did with the rocks!!
Carol


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RE: Blooming in spite of the heat

Obviously, some "like it hot".
Thanks for posting your beauties.


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RE: Blooming in spite of the heat

It's amazing how roses can do good when it's so hot, they are lovely! Really like Abraham Darby. Hope they keep blooming good for you. I second what Carol said about the rocks.


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