Thursday, January 12, 2012

Last Rose from the Garden


Today I got to spend some time in my little garden. I did a bit of cleaning, and I also pruned my rose bushes. I picked this last rose from my Bewitched Hybrid Tea rose bush.

Usually the blooms from this rose are rich pink, but the last one is pale and fragile. Nevertheless, it’s very fragrant. The delicate aroma filled the entire room.



I checked my garden whether there was anything new blooming, but didn’t find anything other than geranium. Last year around this time, my calla lilies already had some blooms, but this year there aren’t any yet.

I really enjoy the warm and sunny days we have, but the garden really needs some rain. I hope we’ll get some soon.

I'm linking to
Fertilizer Friday @ Tootsie Time
and
Show and Tell Friday @ My Romantic Home.

19 comments:

Shabby chic Sandy said...

I love this rose photo---beautiful!

Tallulah's Antique Closet said...

That is a beautiful rose! Im so looking forward to Spring when more roses bloom here. But I tell you one thing the lavender sure is going to town at the moment. lol And the bees luv it. Have a good day in the garden....

Ninu said...

Love this pale pink rose..beauty!

Suffia said...

Pale pink, it's just so soft and beautiful. It's spring over here.

janice15 said...

So pretty pale pink...It's not spring here yet though the weather the last several days has felt like it. So I did some cleaning as well. Happy weekend with love Janice

Blessings from Cindy said...

Olga~ Your pink rose is gorgeous! Thanks for your sweet comments on my blog & following. I now follow you too!
Blessings,
Cindy

Olive Cooper said...

Olga, that is the perfect pale shade of pink. We have had warm weather and I had roses and tomatoes in December which was weird.

Alegría Mediterráneo said...

This rose mean perfection to me!
I love roses!
Love&Bless,
Claudia

Bella said...

Hi Olga,
Perfect to the last rose, she is a beauty! You are so lucky to still have roses, all is brown here...
Enjoy that sunshine, I thinhk the whole west coast is lacking rain this year, even us!
Hugs,
Bella

poppilinnstudios said...

Olga, your rose is beautiful! A lovely color and so delicate. We've had warm weather most of this winter, but I've only seen a few stubborn weeds pop up! Although it's quite cold today and windy! Enjoy your wonderful weather.
-Lynn

AgueroSandra said...

Hola Olga gracias!!! tu rosa que pena última por ahora el jardín siempre nos sorprende muy bella, ya me voy para tu blog de tejidos es hermoso un beso Sandra.

My Little Home and Garden said...

What a beautiful rose, Olga! I was in my garden today, but I was taking photos of the snow. There hasn't been very much of it this winter and I rather like it when it arrives! It will be many months before I see my roses again.

Barbara F. said...

You have a lovely yard. I always enjoy seeing how things are growing there! xo

Lavender Cottage said...

Hello Olga
Such a delicate pink rose. My plants are covered with snow, not a lot mind you, but enough to know my gardens are hibernating.
Judith

HolleyGarden said...

What a beautiful pink. It's funny how a bloom can change color with the difference in weather. I hope you get the rain you need.

Sheila said...

Your delicate last rose is lovely. It sounds like you are already looking forward to your spring garden. I hope it won't be too long before things are sprouting up all over!

Sandy said...

It may be the last rose of the season
but It just might be the best looking
one... very nice shot!
Sandy

Erica (Irene) said...

Such a beautiful pink rose....it won't be long till more start to bloom. My garden is covered with snow. Can hardly wait to see your summer garden again.

Anonymous said...

nice opinion.. thanks for sharing...

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