Thursday, May 9, 2013

Everything's Coming Up Roses

 The Iceberg roses are in full bloom, and are they ever glorious this year.

 In fact, I don't ever remember so many blooms!

 Iceberg is my go-to rose because it is such a performer, is disease resistant and comes in every form, from climbing, bush and topiary or standard.

 And the bonus is that they're white, which goes with everything else in the garden.

See what I'm saying?

 A perfect rose.

 In the back yard, climbing New Dawn is just beginning to bloom.

 New Dawn is another favorite, prolific bloomer.

 Somehow this red rose snuck in to my garden!

The rose on the left is French Lace.
It has a wonderful scent!

The Cecile Brunner roses don't bloom much on the "tunnel of love."
Too much shade...

But they go crazy climbing the fence.
If only they bloomed all summer...

The first of many bouquets!

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Kathysue said...

Absolutely gorgeous! I bought an iceberg rose this year and you are so right it is a prolific bloomer. Your garden is so beautiful D! Hapy Thursday,
xo Kathysue

Leslie said...

Stunning display of roses Dolores. We planted climbing roses on our trellis last year and I hope they get down to business and start to climb (and bloom!) I grew up in S. CA and we had lots of roses. The PNW is cooler and, although we are blessed to have lush green forest everywhere, our summer garden is only a few months out of the year.


The Permanent Tourist said...

You have inspired me to find these fabulous white roses and plant a hedge of them along our front walk. They are just what I've been looking for!

Elizabeth "Libby" Day said...

I am not familiar with this rose. Do you think it would grow as prolifically in the deep south? Again, loved a tiny peek into your backyard haven.

Patty Rumaker said...

I love roses and I love white roses especially. I used to have a whole bed of yellow roses at my last house - miss them. Thanks for sharing such beautiful pictures.

Unknown said...

What a show...each is absolutely the ones near the building! Good Show!

Curtains in My Tree said...

I love roses blooming, is there anything prettier? don't think so maybe hydrangeas LOL

I have one rose bush that I am hoping to have some roses on this year, it is still cool and raining here in central Missouri. The rain is good for it and its on the east side of my house also which all my flowers do the best

your are breath taking beautiful

Ivy, Phyllis and Me! said...

Good Afternoon Delores, It is such a treat to see such beautiful roses as mine have only a few leaves on them, but your roses remind me of what I have to look forward to.
Your garden is so very beautiful and a joy to see.
Best Wishes

Mary Palumbo Collings said...

Truly stunning... I love icebergs too, so easy. Your garden looks amazing!

Bonnie said...

WOW! Everything is gorgeous!

Such a feast for the eyes.

carolyn bradford said...

Love my Cecile Brunner roses and I even have one red one that snuck in somehow! I always love seeing it though! I've never heard of the Iceberg roses! I am looking into that tomorrow! These were all stunning and I'm so glad you shared them with us! Do you happen to know if the Iceberg ones will grow well in the South? I will investigate it as well! Thanks!

Kathleen said...

So beautiful! I need to plant me a rose! When I was little we had a rosebush someone gave my grandmother and my parents planted it in their garden. It was forever known as "Grandma's Rosebush". To this day, I always wonder if it's still there!

Mimi said...

Just fabulous! Gorgeous! Beautiful!

Mary Ann Pickett said...

Your photography is amazing...I wish I was there to walk around with you and inhale the scent.

The enchanted home said...

How spectacular! I can only imagine how fragrant it must beautiful!

Dana Bishop said...

I want a 'tunnel of love'! But I certainly don't need another project. Your blog is beautiful and I will have to satisfy my love of roses by visiting often.

sheerserendipity said...

Your garden is absolutely amazing! I wish I had a garden so beautiful, but I am not so equipped with a green thumb. I just have to keep trying! I love your tunnel of love and the path on the side of your house, everything looks so lush and gorgeous!

Terri~terrileeauthor said...

I'm in love with your Iceberg roses. I think I will have to find a spot or two in my garden. My New Dawn roses are just getting ready to burst, and I can't wait. I always love any little peek into your garden. It's so lovely.

Unknown said...

Surely it will be refreshing to stroll in those lush garden full of beautiful blossoms. That's surreal!
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