Gardening in the Pacific Northwest (Vancouver, Washington)
I've never seen a rose like that first one before. Thanks for sharing it!
Such vivid colors!! Beautiful Phillip and I wandered back into your earlier posts! Amazing gardens! Brava!
Oh, I LOVE Mrs. B. R. Cant! All of your photography is beautiful, and that one especially is spectacular.
Great photos of some lovely blooms.
Is the first one Rosa mutabilis 'Chinensis'?
Wait, what?! "Mutabalis" is not a rose, I don't care what you say! LOL.
Beautiful roses Phillip. Isn't it wonderful that the Japanese Beetles are finally gone?
That first rose is amazing. I have a 'Buff Beauty' and like its delicate color.
Clair Matin has such a beautiful color! I like the fountain, too!
Les, you are correct.Sweet Bay, I am happy that the Japanese beetles are gone. They were not too bad this year.
I like them all. I think I'm going to but a bare root the Autumn, probably Rosa Moyesii 'Geranium', apparently the hips are fantastic,flagon shaped.
Wow Phil, lovely blog, so much info too. I look forward to 'digging' in. Thanks!
Absolutely beautiful! As each photo opened on my screen, I kept thinking..."That's my favorite! No, that one is....no, that one!" I guess I'll just have to love them all!
Phillip~~Your roses are always beautifully charming. Mutabalis is unique and lovely....I seem to remember that Buff Beauty makes a wonderful show in your garden! gail
How lucky to have so many roses still blooming! I love 'Clair matin', it's just beautiful!
Phillip, lovely photos. I hope we get a few blooms in September. The Japanese beetles will be gone about the middle of the month. Doesn't leave much time for them to bloom before it frosts.Marnie
What a beautiful post and the photography does each bloom full justice!Lovely.....
Your roses this time of the year are so beautiful. I've had fun surfing your other blogs. Your garden is quite spectaculat
Beautiful roses. I hadn't seen the mutabilis before though I know it by name. I am a displaced gardener at the moment but on eday I will get it back, hopefully.
I love this mutabilis rose. Saw one this spring about 6ft wide and at least as tall.... Yours is great!!!!!
Rose and plume poppy -- a combo I hadn't considers.