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So glad that you found me! My blog is about everything I love like gardening, decorating my home & garden and crafting. Although I'm from Germany I write my blog in English so that hopefully every visitor can read it. Hope you'll stay a while and will leave me a comment so that I know that you were here! xoxo Carola

Saturday, June 24, 2006

Today I proudly present

you some of my fave roses that are blooming in my garden at the moment.

This is "Leonardo da Vinci":

and this David Austins "Constance Spry":

and "Rosarium Glücksburg":

and another Engl. Rose of David Austin "Heritage"



16 comments:

Alexiev said...

Betiful flowers... good pict and great Blog...
Me gustan mucho tus fotografias...
Saludos desde Buenos Aires...
Best regards...

Anonymous said...

Your roses are stunning. I can't choose which one I like the most. Thanks to you and Nature Girl I have been converted and am making an attempt to grow roses in my woodland setting (go figure). Cross your fingers for me. TWT

Mrs. Staggs said...

Wow, so beautiful Carol. I think I will have to start looking for more room in my garden. I've loved the David Austin roses for years, but haven't bought any. You've inspired me! I think that's going to change in the coming year!

Sigrun said...

Carol, wonderful, your photos! And I like them all and have it also!

Sigrun

Shell said...

Simply glorious!

Naturegirl said...

Our beloved roses taking centre stage and we LOVE them all. Here in Arizona I have NOT seen one! My neigbor has been emailing photos of mine. My favorite of your roses (you posted)the last two with the duo shade of pink....a masterpiece!!

Hulda said...

hi Carol! your blog is really lovely, I love your roses, and your garden looks so nice. I am a norwegian girl, I love gardening too, crafting and interiors. May be you will like to visit my blog. :) I`ll link to yours.

Alice said...

All those holiday programs on TV show glamorous, expensive resorts, but none of them are as beautiful or inviting as your little garden.

Please, Carol, may I take my next vacation in your back yard?

~ Tracy ~ said...

Carol, your flowers are beautiful!

gena said...

Carol your roses are amazing! I love looking at your garden,I am particularly interested in those shiny ball things that you have positioned around the place,they look so effective! they remind me of christmas tree baubles! I have not seen anything like them here in the UK,do you know if you can buy them online?

Cookie said...

You are most certainly living in a paradise all of your own dear Carol. I want to come and vacation in your garden too !!!! Hugsss

PEA said...

At one time I used to think that all roses looked the same...but now I know there are so many different types of them and they are all beautiful in their own way!! Gorgeous pictures of them!!

judypatooote said...

I just told Sigrun her roses looked like peonies, and some of yours do too.....they are gorgeous.

Tongue in Cheek Antiques said...

I am certain I am smelling sweet roses!!

Carol said...

Thank you all for commenting! It's always such a pleasure to come in and find new comments of good blogging friends and of new readers too!

Hi Alexiev and Tracy welcome to my blog!:D

TWT do you have a blog as well? Where can I find it?

Gena I'll have a look if you can get them online and when I find something I'll let you know!

LOL @ the thought of Alice and Cookie passing their next vacation in my little yard!;-)

Karen said...

Your roses are lovely. I am here to enjoy yours because I don't grow them in my own garden.

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