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Some Mid-September Blooms

Posted by TNY78 7a-East TN (My Page) on
Sat, Sep 15, 12 at 20:46

Quite a few blooming this week...check them out :) I appologize for having so many, I just couldn't narrow them down!

Enjoy,
Tammy

Route 66
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Ink Spots
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Munstead Wood
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Strawberry Hill
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St. Patrick (looking more yellow as the temps drop)
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Christopher Marlow
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Mint Julip
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Antico Amore
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Purple Tiger
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Rainbow Sorbet (really disliked this rose last year, but this year it's doing great!)
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Liz Taylor
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Romaggi Plot Bourbon
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Dragon's Blood (I can never capture the complexity of its color with a camera. Pictures don't do it justice)
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The Nun
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Paw Maw
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Little Buckeroo
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Vineyard Song
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Outta the Blue
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Paul Neyron
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Mme Scipion Cochet
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Helen Naude
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Mme Isaac Pierre
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Hot Cocoa
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Lastly, just for fun, a cute little caterpillar camoflauging itself on a rose stem :)
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RE: Some Mid-September Blooms

  • Posted by seil z6b MI (My Page) on
    Sat, Sep 15, 12 at 21:08

No apologies necessary, Tammy, they're all gorgeous! It took me a minute to realize where the caterpillar was, lol!


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  • Posted by TNY78 7a-East TN (My Page) on
    Sat, Sep 15, 12 at 22:38

Lol..I know Seil! When I first walked over to the plant, I thought it was some weird kind of growth! Took me a minute to figure out what it was too!

I also just noticed there's a tiny little clear/white spider hiding in the petals in the Rainbow Sorbet picture :)

That's why I don't spray the great majority of my roses; I just love seeing all the little creatures using the plants as homes and playing in the petals (with the exception of japanese beetles, cucumber beetles, aphids...etc...but I just deal with them)

Tammy


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You have some lovely roses, and I was delighted to see Route 66, a rose I love but that won't grown in my oven (oh, I mean garden). I also have a young plant of Romaggi Plot Bourbon and enjoyed seeing your photo. Vineyard Song is also especially lovely. Thanks for a very enjoyable group.

Ingrid


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They are all beautiful. I like the name Rainbow Sorbet!

Interesting caterpillar pic, really does look like a stem.


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That is one cool caterpillar!

Lots of lovely roses, but I got so excited at your gorgeous pic of Munstead Woods which I ordered for next spring that now I can hardly wait for spring to come--and autumn has barely begun! LOL

Kate


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Love em all! Especially "paw maw", "helen naude" and "antico amore"! Are they fragrant (and where did you get them? LOL)!


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Oooh, Route 66 is mesmerizing. I must look that one up...and your Munstead Wood is huge and voluptuous (I am going over top on these adjectives), but they are all gorgeous. Pawmaw is really something, too. I enjoyed every photo. Thanks for posting. Diane


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