Saturday, April 17, 2010


The long , COLDER ( for this part of Texas) winter...helped with the fact that these roses...and flowers are so much more hardy ..this Spring....I believe.

They had time to " rest".... before blooming again.

The roses just came out of our garden this afternoon...

The Winter pansies are still beautiful after all these months of cold weather.


I am posting these as I edit them.
....( smiling )



Susan said...

What beautiful flowers!! And I love the photograph of the candle and roses!

The Victorian Parlor said...


The flowers are beautiful-especially the roses! Your photography is amazing-you caught the beauty of the flowers perfectly:).



~Tonya said...

Hello Rose,

Your pictures are amazing and the flowers are so beautiful. I love each and every one of them. We only have tulips here at the moment, but I am so glad to see them.

Have a great weekend.

Peridots Garden Blog said...

Dearest Rose,

Oh so beautiful! Your photography adds a touch of your persona to each and every flower!

The pink in your Roses reminds me of you, soft, beautiful, ultra feminine and yet hardy, full of God's blessings!

Love ya!


Riet said...

Good morning Rose. Thank you for visiting my blog. I love your roses and pictures and I surely will come back here.

Rose ~Victorian Rose ~ said...

Susan, Kim, Tonya, Sandy and glad you stopped by.
Happy you liked GOD'S creations...HE does do great work does HE not ?

And I am pleased you liked the the way
I presented them.


phonelady said...

wow you definately have as they say the green thumb . that is amazing .

Susan said...

Rose the roses that came from your garden is just so beautiful!! I have on lonely little red rose in my garden right now. But the good news is I have several buds about ready to bloom!!

Sharyn Sowell said...

I love your pink roses. Are they David Austen's or an heirloom variety or ??? Our roses here won't bloom until June. I've tuned into your blog before but not since you had fresh roses blooming this year. Whee! Lucky you! And may I ask what kind of camera you use? Mine is but a point & shoot. But I often wish I had a nicer one like yours no doubt is.