Growing roses that love Florida
The roses and other plants in your garden look absolutely wonderful! Congratulations, your hard work is paying off and your garden is rewarding you with incredible beauty. Well deserved, Sherry! Thanks for the lovely pictures!Christina
Beautiful, beautiful flowers, all of them, but I can't take my eyes from the roses ...
No fair, Sherry! You can't post these and not tell us which roses they are. Inquiring minds want to know. :)
OK, in order of appearance (some are multiples):'Bow Bells''Souv de la Malmaison''Bermuda's Anna Olivier'Echinacea Purpurea (coneflower)'Sherry Lane Carr' (I think since I don't remember planting it there)Echinacea Purpurea (coneflower)'Souv de St Anne's'Echinacea Purpurea (coneflower)'White Maman Cochet'Echinacea 'Pink Parasol''Souv de St Anne's''White Maman Cochet'Vinca Periwinkle'Souv de St Anne's''Reve d'Or'Daylily (forgot the name)Clematis 'Henryi''Maman Cochet'Salvia farinacea aka Mealy Cup Sage
All of the photos are outstanding! Your roses are simply stunning!
And, I can see why. Love all the beautiful softness surrounding your home. Have a great weekend!
Wow, great job capturing the essence of beauty in the old roses. Those would be beautiful notecards, and the MCRS would go nuts for them! Hope to see you in Sept. So happy DH is ok. Scarey 'bout those kind of things~
I am speechless too! Great roses and so much else. Thank you for posting.
Gorgeous! Love the 'Henryi' Clematis. Does he grow well for you? I use to grow Henryi when I lived in Savannah, but haven't tried it since I moved back to central FL. Hmmmm, what the heck...might give it try. Jeanni
Awesome. Thanks for the list of names.