Oh wasn’t sweet ‘Rosaleen’ rambling back in June Cathy? She’s certainly earning her keep 🙂
She certainly was, and certainly is, Anna – AND was new this year, which just adds to her prowess
Gee, so many pictures online of flowers I can’t grow.
Oh, I did not mean it like that. We can grow plenty of other things here, and some that do better here than anywhere else.
I was only teasing – especially on IAVOM we get used to seeing blooms we know we can’t grow in our own gardens 😉
These flowers are gorgeous! Your garden is a wonderland!
Thank you Mike – perhaps not a wonderland, although I do frequently stop and wonder at parts of it … 😉
I wonder why was I picturing a rose when I read the name of the post?
I almost didn’t notice this clematis was flowering again – despite being disturbed by the pergola being replaced around it – so it could have been a rose after all, if I had a rose of that name, that is!
It looks as if storm ‘Brian ‘ combed her hair!
🙂 And I am amazed that this clematis has decided to have a another late flush – it was new this year but has already established itself as a star
Isn’t that beautiful. Never heard of it. Thanks for sharing. I’m presuming you cut it right to the ground in spring? And it grows to the top of a pergola in one year?
Rosalyn is sweet indeed! Beautiful.
Cathy Rosalyn is a beautiful clematis. If he has returned, it is really wonderful to bloom. Are you going to leave it in the new pergola? Greetings from Margarita.
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