Wednesday, July 6, 2016

Wordless Wednesday: Rose Cluster

amy myers, photography, small sunny garden, desert garden, rose, crown princess margareta

amy myers, photography, small sunny garden, desert garden, rose, crown princess margareta

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amy myers, photography, small sunny garden, desert garden, rose, crown princess margareta

amy myers, photography, small sunny garden, desert garden, rose, crown princess margareta

8 comments:

  1. That rose is beautiful, whether shown in sepia tones or full color.

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    1. It is turning out to be a very special rose :)

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  2. Amy, do any of your English roses produce nearly-full-size blooms in summer??

    Thanks, Nate

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    1. Nate - I would say once we have the full heat of summer, no. Curiously, the very full-petaled roses such as Crown Princess Margareta and William Shakespeare 2000 seem to retain the petal count, while the fewer-petaled Wollerton Old Hall becomes a semi-double.

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    2. Hunh...thanks Amy. I'll keep on dreaming the impossible dream of a springlike rose garden in the dry heat!

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    1. She's a real beauty -- one of the most richly petalled roses I have... ;-)

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  4. Sigh! She really is so beautiful!

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