A slide show !
Kathy in Napa
Here is a link that might be useful: Roses
I LOVE photo #1!!!!!
I wish they were named...
Marie, when I look at it I see names- the 1st photo is Tuscan Sun, a Floribunda. I wonder If there is something you can click on to see names ?
K in Napa
Fabulous! I love roses! I'm wondering how many of these will move with you? Thanks for the eye candy.
PS Marie, down in the right hand corner click on options and theres a box to click to see the titles.
Ooooh, Sally Holmes was my favorite in that bunch. Hmm, I seem to lean towards the peaches in the rose department.
Thanks for sharing, Kathy!
Can you feel the envy coming from the right coast???? LOL
The blooms are amazing, of course, but what really sets my heart atwitter is the condition of the foliage -- perfect!
How fabulous Kathy! Gorgeous photos of beautiful roses, doesn't get better!
Pretty, pretty, pretty! My favorite from that group is The Squire. Keep em coming!
Yes, Sally Holmes is a favourite here too, though I'm sure yours thrives while mine simply survives.
Be still my heart.... Mary Rose.
Wow, Kathy - I hope you're taking them all with you!
Kathy ...had an enjoyable time this morning looking at your roses. Very impressed with the Flickr Slideshow. Worked really well for me, and quite attractive presentation as well. I think I may have to look into switching over there. I really don't understand how you can grow organically and have such gorgeous foliage on all your roses...lol. The Squire has quite a pretty pattern to the blossom. Loved the last rose. Really wasn't one in the bunch that I didn't like. Which is the most fragrant for you?
Oh my Kathy...I've wiped the spittle off my chin, so I can speak now! :-) Just lovely...thanks so much for sharing. Is your red one DA's Shakespeare 2000 or another red DA? It's a beauty. I have DA's Shakespeare 2000 and when it's in bloom it is the loveliest thing...but mine has always been so weak growing and I don't know why. I'm wondering if I didn't get a bad plant because everywhere I read about it they talk about how beautiful and healthy it is. Anyway, thanks for sharing all your lovely roses!
Ei, that is The Squire, another DA red. I also have WS 2000, but the blooms were not open when I took this pic-they are now though.
PM, my most fragrants roses tend to be the olde roses like Comte' de Chambord, Madame Isaac, Boule de Neige etc. Of the pics I posted here, I think Frederic Mistral is the most fragrant.
Thanks for the nice comments, I will put up some more rose photos this weekend