Thursday, March 3, 2016

Last of the summer roses...

With all this talk of more falling snow , I thought some of you might like to see what's happening in my garden.  Another hot day here but a definite chill in the air earlier ...

2 Comments:

At March 4, 2016 at 7:52 AM , Blogger RoseyP said...

Marion, I can live with roses in New Zealand. I can't live with blooming daffodils in Canada at the moment. We won't see flowers till early May. By this time of year if we're not going around the bend with cabin fever, we're fed up with ice. And we live where we are planted. Canada is a nice country, all the bragging rights can go out to British Columbia but not always. It is a majestic province, we here in Ontario, live in a more bucolic type of landscape. Rolling hills, valleys, green from May to October, pretty snowfalls (when we're not anticipating them or grumbling about them) and then there are the Maritime Provinces which has some of the nicest, laidback folks living there, and in PEI and Newfoundland. The Prairies out west, I've not seen. Flatland, I'm told, you can see for miles. But New Zealand, I watched some overhead shots several nights ago on television and it seems to be a breathtakingly beautiful and dramatic country in its geographical layout. And then there are the earthquakes. The coast of British Columbia and Vancouver Island are on faults, if this is a correct term, California, as well, New Zealand also. So, roses in March in New Zealand are good. Thanks, Marion.
Rosey

 
At March 7, 2016 at 3:01 PM , Blogger Sara in Florida said...

Beautiful roses Marion. I miss my roses, but not the work of taking care of them.
Sara in Fla. - at the beach

 

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