I was going to ask how they smell but never mind. Still glad to see blooming things somewhere.
Darla, they open up with that peachy color, and then they change to a deep pink. So pretty.Shamu, lol. Nope, can't help you there. :)When does it start warming up in your neck of the woods?
Dani - that rose is beautiful!!! I love roses and wish I had that knack. I actually like the smell better than the look, if that makes sense. Brings me back to my childhood.And I feel sorta guilty about this, but your comment on my blog was posted before I got a chance to post my comment....that said... "April Fools" - it's one of my favorite holidays and I really wanted to do a funny post, but wanted the first comment to be mine saying 'april fools' but when you beat me to it with such a sweet consolation, I felt really guilty...
Kate, thank goodness! Dopey me having the kid at home, I've totally lost track of time and didn't realize today is April Fools.
Blooming a beautiful pastel coloring!
Warming up in my neck of the woods is a tricky thing. It could happen at any moment, where we just skip spring and hit hot & humid summer May 9th. Or.It could snow 5 inches. I'll ask one of my dogs this afternoon and let you know, they are about as accurate as the weather people.
Lisa, the roses were such a nice gift from Hubs. Shamu, you would think with all the cool gadgets now, it would make them more reliable.
Rose is gorgous. I love the old ones. There is a web page Old garden roses and more that will drive you insane! Be quiet child. That wasn't nice! Anyway so,so beautiful roses.I think I've got to have acouple. got to cut the wish list down. I say dig a few holes and every able-bodied man in the county disappears. Oh well. Can I borrow Hubs? LOL. love you bunches.
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