Sunday, November 16, 2014

Roses in November



This is my 'Christmas' rose. Red and white stripe like peppermint candy.
It's called 'Sentimental'. While not blooming much this summer, the
 plant is now in full bloom in November.
 
My pink rose is having a blooming month.
 

But not a bloom in October.
 

Looking very shabby chic.

I purposely planted this rose in my garden so I would have the Christmas spirit
in my garden.
 
 

4 comments:

Castles Crowns and Cottages said...

Oh Suz, your "peppermint" rose is delicious looking, and I'm sure smells so lovely! WOW, the other rose did not bloom in summer, but is blooming now? Nature is confused a bit and even here! We say a magnolia tree blooming in late August while they usually bloom in...well.....SPRING! And we now have snow; it started a bit early here and we are already in a deep freeze.

So good to see you. Hugs! Anita

Robyn said...

Oh my goodness, Susan, these gorgeous roses make me long to live in warm weather all year round! Your photos are simply beautiful. Your Christmas rose is super special. Will you cut them and put them in the house during the holidays?

The Style Crone said...

Your roses always brighten my day. Roses don't grow in Denver in the winter, so I count on you to share photos and remind me of their beauty.

Jade said...

So beautiful, dear Susan - I wish I could smell the roses! In my garden blooms one lonely white rose. Have a wonderful time before christmas,

with love and hugs, Jade