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Bloom pics from spring flush

Posted by krista_4 NY- 5 (My Page) on
Tue, Aug 5, 14 at 17:15

These pics are from earlier in the year.

Evelyn, a wonderful Austin with petal packed apricot blooms.

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Marchesa Boccella

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The Shepherdess

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Reine Victoria

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Young Lycidas and The Mayflower

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RE: Bloom pics from spring flush

All of your roses look beautiful, I especially love your marchesa bocella, very pretty. Thanks for sharing!


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So feminine. You have nice taste in roses. The Shepherdess has been on my wish list for several years now.


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krista, I've always loved your roses. They're so romantic and perfectly lovely. Marchesa Bocella looks especially dreamy, with that true "old rose" look.

Ingrid


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RE: Bloom pics from spring flush

hi, Krista,
You have some very lovely pink roses! I love cup shaped roses and enjoyed seeing your pictures. Evelyn is really beautiful! Thanks for sharing your garden pics. :) Gean


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Thank you, to all.

Sidos, The Shepherdess is a great rose, repeats well and looks lovely mixed with other types of roses.


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What a treat for the eyes on a hot day in August. Thanks for sharing! I have a young Evelyn- she's still in the pot ghetto so she didn't do much this year. Once I find a place to plant her, I hope she takes off.


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