Tuesday, March 25, 2008

handful of my garden

a handful of my garden

the first bouquet of the season:
souvenir de la malmaison, mrs. b.r. cant, lotus rose, madame isaac pereire and conrad ferdinand meyer

12 comments:

Alison Gibbs said...

Absolutely beautiful roses
Alison

Sis said...

And what an AMAZING plonk it is...

Blessed you are - I have yet to see a bud on my roses; they are just now getting covered in leaves.

I do have some rejoicing to do though - my Mexican plum, pink chaste, and mock orange trees all survived!!

Enjoy the sight and the scent, Dawn - and thank you for sharing both with us.
XOXO

Brad said...

Simple lovely simplicity.

Marilyn said...

I can almost smell their fragrance from here!

Your roses are absolutely beautiful. If you can't take the bushes to your new home, I hope you can take cuttings to start. They are too pretty to leave behind!

Ginni Dee said...

Dawn, I love your roses and you for sharing them with us. I've been out checking my roses and there's no sign of life yet. Seeing yours gives me hope!

Glorious roses!

XOXOXOX

jackie said...

Those are gorgeous Dawn. I hope you can take them with you.

~S said...

Brings a ray of sun to our frigid area. When is the cold leaving, oh today, yea! So are some of the roses coming with you to your new place?

diane said...

These roses are pure magic d~

nikkipolani said...

That is wealth indeed!
My Mrs. BRCant didn't survive, but her twin in my neighbor's garden has been blooming since February. What a beauty she is :-)

Keely said...

If you are starting brand spankin' new at the new place, check to see if the people who buy this house want the beauty you leave behind. If they are blind to all that your gardening has to offer, hold one last "yard" sale... and actually sell off or give to new homes these beauties!!!

Sandra Evertson said...

Ahh, Beautifuull!
Sandra Evertson

Andie-The Brown Bee said...

Tres magnifiqe mon amie! xoxo