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Mid-spring roses in my gardens (pic heavy)

Annie
12 years ago

As requested by GGG:

Rosa, Midas Touch

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Rosa, New Day

(grown from a cutting off my first plant)

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Starts out soft yellow and ages to a buttery white

Rosa, Betty Boop

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Rosa, Chicago Peace

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Rosa, Just Joey

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Rosa, Tiffany (just beginning to open)

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Rosa, Gartendirecktor Otto Linne

(2nd year - just beginning to bloom)

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Small dark pink blooms in clusters - very fragrant.

Rosa, Centenaire de Lourdes

Large drooping blooms with a super fragrance.

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Rosa, Joseph's Coat

Starts out orange, then turns yellow and then finishes bright pink. Smells divine. (climbing, but can be pruned into a shrub)

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Rosa, Carnival (miniature)

This 16 yr old rose nearly died due to voles munching on its roots, so I potted it up last year and it recovered nicely. I will set it out in this new location soon.

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Rosa, New Day

(parent plant)

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Rosa, Ispahan (myrrh fragrance - rambler)

(originally from Iran)

This is my favorite rose of all. Blooms once in Spring, but lasts for 4 wks. It has the strongest and most delicious fragrance of all roses.

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Rosa, Ispahan

Same rose bush from another side with peony and Spriea, Goldflame between them and Flowering Pink Almond which blooms very early in Spring.

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Rosa, Iceburg

Four ft. tall and loaded with large blooms this year. It is a beautiful rose. Likes afternoon filtered sun/part shade and protection from hot wind.

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Rosa, Iceburg, close-up

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Rosa, Belinda's Dream

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Following week, same bloom:

This bloom lasted for nearly two weeks. The spots are from all the rain. Absolutely my favorite shrub rose. Fabulous fragrance.

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Rosa, Ballerina

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Rosa Ballerina, close-up

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Rosa, New Dawn

Planted in 1997 - mother plant of my others

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Growing on an arbor and up onto the roof of our carport.

Same rose

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Rosa, Stars and Stripes (miniature)

(very fragrant)

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Rosa Ballerina & Iceburg with Irises

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Rosa, Red Blaze (cl)

First year after being cut severely back

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Rosa, Damask

Unknown

Super fragrant-Once blooming

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Rosa, Lavender Lace (miniature - silvery lavender blooms) with Rosa, Damask hugging it on the left and in the back.

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Rosa, Peace

Softer and different colors than the other Peace I have.

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JP beetles chewed on it a little before I sprayed.

Rosa, Red Knockout

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Peony, white

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Another bloom on same peony - side view.

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I have several of these. One has little dark pink specks.

I'll finish with a close-up of my favorite rose - Rosa, Ispahan.

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These are most but not all of my roses and peonies.

Thank you for looking.

~Annie

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