SECRETS of a SEED SCATTERER: Seeds, Cuttings, Divisions, Tubers, Bulbs -- growing in the Coastal South.
Nell Jean,Your roses are doing well for December. I have blooms on the potted miniature rose by the waterfall. They look frozen right now!Hope you had and a Merry Christmas... Have a Happy New Year, too.Cameron
As always a treat to see your garden Nell Jean! Especially this time of year when the land is covered in snow. Very uplifting and lovely photos! Happy Third day of Christmas! Carol
I can see Knockout from my office window. It is the one bright spot in the garden right now. I love that yellow bloom.
Oh, Nell I miss my roses (heavy sigh) ;-)I am glad to be able to look at yours though.
oh Nell your bringing back memories of June to me as I look at your lovely roses.
I've still got a couple hybrid teas blooming. The knockouts are in a budding stage right now with only one pink bloom open. It's amazing what these plants can take in terms of weather. I would guess in your zone, they're looking a lot better than mine.
Lovely pictures, and thank you for the link. :)
Thanks for visiting my blog, it gave me a chance to link to yours and enjoy yours. As I looked at the pictures I felt like I was look at the same kind of plants that grow here. Only thing I am in California. I am in zone 7 so it gets a bit colder, but close to yours. Our roses finally really froze a few weeks ago. I also planted larkspur seeds on Christmas day...funny coincidence. Happy growing in 2010~
Gorgeous roses! And, such a great quote. Happy New Gardening Year!
Roses are red, violets are blue, sugar is sweet but not as sweet as you. Happy 2010!
Always a treat to see roses as pretty as yours! and I love the quote too.All the best for 2010...HAPPY NEW YEAR!!
Lovely roses there at your place. It is so nice having roses in December. Enjoy.FlowerLady
Roses in December are always such a treat...yours are lovely.
I look forward to comments and questions and lively discussion of gardening and related ideas.