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U.S.A., Washington State. USDA zone 8a. Sunset climate zone 5

Saturday, September 17, 2011

Panicking Roses

The rose is in panic: Autumn is coming! Autumn is coming, but I haven't shown all my blooms yet!
Do you see it holding its head?

Climbing rose Don Juan
 
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Look at this one! It holds its head too!
 Кnock Out rosa Radrazz

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17 comments:

  1. What a beautiful foto's and lovely word's.
    Great weekend,
    Marijke

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  2. Wonderful bouquets on one stem. Great red roses, Tanya !!!

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  3. Beautiful roses and pictures!
    Bye,
    Marian

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  4. Spectacular photos, thank you for sharing your beauties

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  5. Beautiful pics! Especially like that beautiful deep red Rose. Gorgeous!

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  6. :) I think the roses do want to be seen one more time before the cold sets in! Very pretty.

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  7. Roses are such good models and you always have beautiful shots.

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  8. I agree, mine are just starting to come back from a long hard summer!

    Eileen

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  9. I love the blooms of Autumn.

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  10. Don Juan is so popular and your photos give it justice. I have the red carpert also. Good choice for me and you. love the foliage also.

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  11. As always, your photos are gorgeous! Your roses may be panicking, but mine are rejoicing in the cooler air and the absence of the stupid Japanese beetles.

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  12. lovely my roses suffered so badly in the intense heat this year..sk

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  13. Beautiful photos! Hope you are doing well! Carla

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  14. Love the sense of humor. Love the roses.

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  15. Lovely photos! It seems as though the last month has zoomed by and now it is fall.

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  16. Gorgeous photos! Cute post....

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  17. Hooray for rose blooms, whether they are the first of the season or the final bows. Your photos are super!

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