Thursday, January 08, 2015

Bare Root Rose Time - Show and Tell Friday

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 Welcome to Show and Tell Friday!  It's time to plant bare root roses here in California so I thought I would share some photos of two that I chose to plant this year. These are photos off the David Austin website. Mine still look like twigs with a few leaves beginning to show.

 I'm going to grow these in large pots on my balcony.  Since I moved to my new unit in the same complex I now have sun to grow things!  That makes me very happy! My last unit was in the shade all day...I found that very depressing! 

I chose two David Austin roses and I planted them right after Christmas. The one above is called Queen of Sweden  I love the color!




I also chose a white rose called Winchester Cathedral. I think the two of these in bouquets together will be really beautiful!  I can hardly wait until Spring for them to bloom!

I really wish I could have planted my very favorite rose which is the Eden Rose but it's a climber and not suitable for container growing.

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Thanks to all of you that join in on Show and Tell Friday every week and thanks to all of you who leave such nice comments! 
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15 comments:

Suzan Sweatman said...

Thanks so much for the party Cindy - we're in a deep freeze here in Montreal - lucky you !
Hugs,
Suzan

Jacqueline~Cabin and Cottage said...

I love the roses! I saw the same varieties at my local nursery here in NM yesterday. Have to go back and get some!!

hometocottage.com said...

Thank you for hosting the party Cindy. Crazy that it's time for you to plant there... we are having the coldest day of the year here... windchill 35 BELOW zero!! Brrrr. Liz from www.HomeToCottage.com

Sarah said...

Beautiful choices! I grow knockout roses, but would love to have the garden space for some of these antique roses. Thanks for hosting.

Crochet Hooks said...

Lovely roses! we have 4 that bloom at Mother's day each year :) Thanks for the party!

Lori @ Dining Delight said...

Those roses are lovely - great choices! Thanks for hosting this terrific party!

Linda said...

Hi Cindy,
Happy New Year!
Those roses are going to be really beautiful. We can't plant here until June. We have lots os snow at the moment.
Thanks for hosting today. I'm happy to be joining you.
Linda at Beautiful Ideas

WoodsofBellTrees said...

Oh my the roses! :D Thank you for a lovely party!

angie said...

dear cindy, thank you for hosting!!!!!!! happy new year, angie

LL Farm said...

Beautiful roses. I planted a climbing rose bush last spring, but my dog ate it :-( Thanks for hosting a great party!

Kimberly Lewis said...

Hello beautiful! We are thrilled to stop by and be a part of your party. Please take a moment and party with us . We love partying with you.
Happy Friday! Lou Lou Girls

Mindi Carwin said...

Wow flowers! Jealous! Thanks for the party!

Monika Bourderioux said...

Cindy thanks for hosting this party and have a great year! Monika

Katherines Corner said...

Beautiful flowers. The perfect images to enjoy instead of the smoggy inversion we are experiencing right now. Thank you for hosting xo

Melissa Wiges said...

Two beautiful David Austin roses! I have several David Austins-- my absolute favorite rose. If you want another rose for a container, I recommend DA 'Tamora'; average size is about 3 x 3 and it has a beautiful apricot pink, fragrant bloom.