Thanks Christina – it was the sheer quantity of blooms that stopped me in my tracks when I rambled this morning, so many more even than yesterday. It wasn’t what I intended to post for WW but I couldn’t not show them in this breathtaking state 🙂
I do understand, there were days last month when I couldn’t help but share what I was seeing. Your roses are gorgeous.
It seems to make it all worth it, having grown them from just sticks with a few dry roots… Mine are still getting better year on year and I can’t help but find their abundance almost unreal… How about you? As you say, it is a shame to keep them to ourselves, and your daily posts in recent weeks were certainly justified
Yes, this year the garden has taken on a maturity that I love.
Oh Cathy so stunning…took my breath away!
Mine too, Donna – and I even had to SIT on the bench in the ‘bus shelter’ and admire them for a little while! That doesn’t happen very often 🙂
It looks the perfect setting for a scene from Romeo and Juliet! 😉 Beautiful.
Thanks Cathy – it wasn’t as beautiful as this yesterday and the sheer volume of blooms was staggering. I hope they don’t flower themselves out too quickly…
A lovely place to lounge!
And I did sit down for all of five minutes, Eliza… 😉
I know, so hard to do when the list is endless!
What a lovely garden!
Thanks Julian, and thanks for popping in
Yes lovely !
Beautiful outlook, quite picture perfect. Lovely!
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