Sunday, January 29, 2012

Last Bloom

This is the last bloom on my rose plants this winter. Altho, it's been in the seventies and eighties
the past few weeks, the nights are cold and getting colder. I don't think I'll see anymore blooms
and I'll be cutting them back soon.

Here are some photos of bees I took around my home this winter.

I'm linking with The House in the Roses for


Adele said...

It's stunning. I need to cut all my roses back too xoxo

beachcomber said...

so pretty! & gorgeous photos.
in answer to your comment on my blog in australia we call plumeria frangipani.

Desire Empire said...

Wow your garden si still producing and the bees have got a bit on for Spring I guess.

Happy week to you.
Carolyn xx

michelle said...

Still so beautiful and your photos are amazing. I love watching bees, there is something so soothing about them.

The Style Crone said...

Can't believe you continue to enjoy roses! So different from winter in Colorado; the photos are inspiring as I gaze out at the snow.

Casa Très Chic said...

Beautiful photos, love roses too.

design elements said...

love roses. timeless beauty. hope you are well. big hug

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Camille said...

your flowers look beautiful as always! it's a pity you cant keep them during cold weather...

designchic said...

Your roses are gorgeous...can hardly wait for mine to bloom!!

Renee said...

Very pretty.

Be Inspired! said...

Today I feel like the first... well last rose. Shyly starting to bloom again.

Popcorn, Pugs & Peonies said...

Beautiful. I just cut all of my roses back for the rest of the season. I love the pic of the bumblebee on the lavender.


Castles Crowns and Cottages said...


70s and 80s? Well, here in Minnesota, it too has been extremely warm for the season! Oh your roses are just gorgeous!!!!

Thank you for CRUSIN' on by my post! Anita

Erin said...

Gorgeous blooms! I really love the bumblebee photos!


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