Thursday, April 11, 2013

My Eden Roses are blooming! - Show and Tell Friday

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Welcome to Show and Tell Friday! 


I love this time of year...when my Eden rose bush blooms again after its winter break!  I sure look forward to having these beautiful bouquets in my home again!  This bouquet will be the first of many! It blooms continuously from now until December! 

I put these roses that I picked this morning in a little vintage cherub dish I have in my collection.  I'm really looking forward to filling my home with my favorite rose of all time. 


Here is a photo of my Eden rose in my backyard.  As you can see, it's filled with buds!  That makes me blissfully happy! 

Another thing that fills my heart with joy is that the wrens have built another nest in the back of the concrete angel head hanging on my fence.  The eggs have hatched and the mommy and daddy wren are so busy bringing bugs to feed their babies. I can't see the babies but I can sure hear them!


I was a little worried that when I stole their nest last year after they moved out that they wouldn't come back again this year but they have! I plan to steal this nest too! haha!

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40 comments:

AshTreeCottage said...

Your roses are so pretty Cindy! You really have the touch. Thanks for hosting and have a great weekend.

Big Hugs,
Susan and Bentley

AntiqueChase said...

I love Eden roses.. yours are so pretty.

Christine said...

Thanks for the fabulous party Cindy!

Karen said...

Our roses are just starting to get buds and turn green in the northeast. I struggle with growing them, so its so good to enjoy yours, thanks for sharing them. Thanks for hosting Cindy and have a wonderful weekend.

Sarah said...

Cindy, your roses are always simply gorgeous. I can only grow the Knock Out variety successfully, and they are not good cutting roses. Thanks for hosting.

Heaven's Walk said...

Oh my gosh, Cindy! Your Eden roses are just gorgeous! I planted one last summer and am sooo anxious to have it climb up my new arbor this summer! :)

xoxo laurie

Betty said...

Hi Cindy,
I love your Eden Rose bush. I've bought one for my Pergola area and hopefully it will a beautiful addition to my Secret Garden. Thanks for your party every week.
xo
Betty @ My Cozy Corner

Shannon Fox said...

Those are lovely. We had sterling roses once. I don't think I have ever heard of Eden roses. I am sure my deer would love them though ;) No roses at this house. Thanks for the party!!

Confessions of a Plate Addict said...

So pretty, Cindy! Thanks for hosting!...hugs...Debbie

Melissa Skidmore said...

Thanks for the party! Life to the full! Melissa @ DaisyMaeBelle

Lynnie @ Vintage Gal Style said...

Hi Cindy,
What could be better than pink roses? Nothing!

Thank you for hosting the party.

Hugs, Lynnie

decoratewithalittlebit.com said...

Thanks for hosting Cindy! Little Bit

Laurel Stephens said...

Your roses are gorgeous! Mine are still months off. Thanks so much for hosting your party, and have a great weekend.

Maureen said...

Roses in bloom is still just a dream here. It will be many weeks before I can fill my vases so I will just have to content myself with looking at your beauties! What a sweet place for the birds to nest.

Shabby chic Sandy said...

I was inspired to buy the Eden rose after looking at yours the last few years :) I enjoyed it so much last year and now it is just starting to bud (we are a little behind you in Oregon). I am so glad I learned of this rose from you--I have enjoyed it so much. Enjoy yours--it is looking gorgeous! Thanks for hosting the party too :)

Laura Turner said...

Your Eden roses are gorgeous! I can see how they got their name--so divine!

Thanks for sharing and hosting.

Have a lovely weekend!

Laura from Sunday View

Liz Hockamier said...

So pretty! I love these. Thank you so much for hosting! :)

~Liz

Mrs. Sarah Coller said...

Gorgeous roses---hope you have a beautiful weekend!

Mrs. Sarah Coller

Jamie -Better With Age said...

Thanks so much for hosting! Have a great week ;)
Jamie @ somuchbetterwithage.com

Michele @ The Nest at Finch Rest said...

Your roses are so incredibly beautiful! You must be so so happy!

Ellya Brill said...

Thank you so much for hosting.

Ellya

Judy at GoldCountryCottage said...

Thank you, Cindy, for hosting again. Your roses are beautiful and looks like some great features..Happy Thursday..Judy

Poppy said...

Hi Cindy,

Your Eden roses are chalky, pink pastel perfection! Thanks for hosting!

Poppy

Sara Chapman said...

I am not familiar with the Eden rose, but now I love it. And your plant looks so very healthy and happy. What do you feed your roses? In Seattle the pruned canes are barely leafing out. No roses for awhile, here!

SwedishCorner ~ DownUnder...Pernilla said...

Wow, your roses are gorgeous! Thanks for being a gracious hostess each week, Cindy! Autumn greetings from Australia♥ ~Pernilla

Vicki L. said...

Your Roses are lovely! But, Please don't steal the Birds nest, they look forward to coming back to their home.
It takes alot of work for the little fellows to build their Empire!

Katherines Corner said...

thank you for hosting and happy Friday xoxo P.S. did you get your entry in for the April showers giveaway?

Curtains in My Tree said...

your roses are dreamy
I am going to buy me some roses after work today

Cynthia said...

Lucky you to have your roses so early in the year. I'm jealous because I must wait for another 2 months (in Northern Ohio). Your Eden roses are gorgeous! And I have to laugh at you "stealing" the bird's nest. . .I do the same thing! And, they keep re-building.

Missy George said...

Beautiful roses indeed

nancy@skinnykitchen said...

Thanks for hosting such a wonderful link party!
All the best,
Nancy

Magali@TheLittleWhiteHouse said...

Your roses are heavenly!

The Rosegarden in Malevik said...

Hi Cindy
Lucky You :) I have that rose, but it is still springtime here in Sweden...
thanks for hosting.....
and do not miss.....

SATURDAY SHOW OFF

it is FUN :)
WELCOME
Håkan ( The Roseman)

Adele said...

Thank you so much for hosting! I've linked up a garlic yoghurt dip recipe, a men's tshirt to little girl's dress refashion and a ruffled pixie hat crochet pattern :)

- Adele @ Mammy Made

Kimmy said...

its looking so pretty cindy i have that same kind of cherub head but mine has 2 cherub heads and wings when i hang it i will take a pic fr you that sucker is heavy too i am hanging mine in th back on the privacy fence along with some old window mirrors i got gotta figure it all out yet a work in progress here at thei cottage by the lake hope all is well with you!
Kim xo

Jeanette Ann O'Donnell said...

Cindy,your Eden roses are so lovely. I must look out for one of these. It looks like a climber which would be lovely over my pergola. x

Micupoftea~ said...

Thank you for hosting! So many blogs...looking forward to some nice visits. Happy weekend,
S

susie @ persimmon moon cottage said...

Your Eden roses are gorgeous. I wish some wrens would come and nest at my house. They are so sweet. They picked a pretty place for their little nest at your house. I guess they like angels, too.

Tanya Runkle said...

Thank you so much for hosting Cindy!! I cannot wait until my roses are in bloom too, have a wonderful week!

xo, Tanya
twelveOeight

Cindy said...

Ahhhh!! The Eden is so wonderful isn't it. I have one too, and can't wait to see it chock full of blooms like yours. So cute that your little birdies are back nesting too.

Cindy