Growing roses that love Florida
Glad you found these pictures. Rain lilies! Yay!
There is something so refreshingly beautiful about rain or water on blooms...gorgeous! Welcome to Blotanical!
Rain lilies always take my breath away. I guess they effect you that way, too, Kay.Thanks for the welcome, Sage. I visited your blog as well and loved your recipes (just took a quick look-see). I want to read more of it so I'm your newest follower, and I've added you to my blog list for others to enjoy.
And a pretty day it was in your garden! Lovely. Isn't it wonderful that we can capture a day and return to it over and over again? I've been looking at my spring photos in amazement. Wish the garden could be like that all summer long.
Love those pictures Sherry....No words needed!
A rainbow of colors, Shelly. Beautiful flowers !
Beautiful, so much variety and color.
Very beautiful shots, Sherry. I think I like your lovely lilies almost as much as the roses, especially the wonderful mauvy purple one. To me they're one of the prettiest companion plants to the old roses.
Beautiful blooms and well worth the wait. Found you on Blotanical and am your new follower. Come on by when you have a chance and would love a return follow.Cher Sunray Gardens
Love the raindrops on your beautiful flowers. Thank God for all the wonderful rain.
If sweat were irrigation I'd have a $5 water bill! I'm impressed you're growing roses in such a humid climate. I'm outside DC and Sceptre d'Isle, Night Owl, Westerland, and William Shakespeare do well for me. Your garden looks really beautiful! :o)