They do keep flowering don’t they?
Beautiful. I found my last one this week and brought it in to enjoy.
I might have some for a vase next Monday…
It’s absolutely beautiful!
there is always something very special about the last blossom on a beloved plant. Beautiful.
And I am hopeful of a few more, John – perhaps enough for a vase…?
I am so thankful for my roses as they keep on going, and going, and going… 🙂
Great, isn’t it?
Wonderful, your November-Rose!
What a lovely photo. Do you have the name of the rose. My ‘Darcey Bussell’ is still flowering.
Yes, it’s Zephirine Drouhin – I haven’t got DB but I know she is a very pretty rose
Even when the roses are gone, we have the magnificent rose hips for an elegant touch in arrangements. They look so great with all the other berries and curly willow in a fall arrangement. Roses–just keep on keepin’ on….
Yes, I have used rose hips a few times in in my Monday vases
I’m sure thre will be more to come. You seem to have the ability to coax your roses to flower all year round.
They must thrive on partial neglect, Christine 😉
Not in your case
It’s got to be one of the best roses around. Beautiful colour and scent, thornless, disease-resistant and flowering for months on end. What more can you ask for in a rose – or any plant, for that matter? Yours is just lovely, with raindrops!
Yes, it always does well here – and had flowers in December last year too… 🙂
Finally we have snow in the forecast and freezing temps every night…but until then the roses go on!
Enjoy them while you can, Donna!
Thank you for sharing something so special before winter takes the last of our blooms.
Lovely, at this rate we will have roses for Christmas vases.
Looking back, I had roses in a vase a week before Christmas last year…. Zephirine Drouhin again, I think.
Lovely to see yours! Mine are mostly just mush now!
There are a few flowers on most of mine still – mush hasn’t arrived here yet!
Uh oh – it may be the last you see of roses for a bit!
You might be surprised, Sue…
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