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Friday, June 17, 2011

Progression of a Bloom

Miniature Rose in my kitchen window.
Marilyn ~ if you see this, thank you and it's doing just great!

35 comments:

  1. Miniature in size but gigantic in beauty...love the mini ones! :D

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  2. julie ~ I love them, too! But I've never been able to keep them alive before! This one is doing great, so fingers crossed!

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  3. Wait until the kitties get a load of this
    They might fight over it with a hiss
    And then chow down
    Breaking it off and dragging it all over town
    As they think it's a good snack
    Even though some are poison and might give them a heart attack..lol

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  4. I like this. It's amazing to watch roses bloom!

    XO,
    Jane

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  5. Pat ~ just one more reason to keep them outside
    because in here there are too many places to hide!
    They did wrestle and chew my azalea to bits
    and I only had a tiny fit.
    lol...

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  6. B-U-T-full...you are in texas? thought that is where yellow roses were from...smiles.

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  7. I am SO far away from Texas! ha. They grow bigger ones there, I'm sure. ha. Cause everything's bigger there, I've heard. :)

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  8. I did see it,and it is beautiful. This is funny-
    I took the white rose home, and just a couple of days ago I noticed a single new bud. It bloomed today, also and is a beautiful YELLOW, just like yours. I see there are TWO plants in the same pot! A small, but beautiful surprise. Thanks for posting the picture.

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  9. Marilyn ~ aw, that's a nice surprise! Yellow and white will look beautiful together!

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  10. What a precious little rose. Out of all the lovely colors of roses, my favorite is yellow.

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  11. Reminds me of Gretchen and the old Pleasantview days.

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  12. Good observation...
    Have a sweet day Betsy,

    Pierre

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  13. Lovely, such a bright colour.;) My roses are blooming too.
    Have a great weekend Betsy,
    xoxo

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  14. Yellow roses, my favorite. I'll consider this a little gift to start my day. Beautiful.

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  15. A tiny little, perfect beauty.

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  16. beautiful. I have one too, it's a pinky red. hard to keep alive, as you say. I'm keeping a Jobe spike in the container & water as needed but not too much. they don't like wet feet.

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  17. What a beautiful rose. I have never had luck growing them but I love them so much.

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  18. Gorgeous!! I have a red one that I planted in my flower bed. I've had two die from some kind of blight--so I'm crossing my fingers.

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  19. that is a soft beauty ..love the mosaic you created, I have missed my visits here friend!!

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  20. Does your twin brother,Brian, have a green thumb too??? :)
    Yellow roses are my favorite.
    Have a great weekend!

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  21. magpie ~ haha...I don't think so, but I better let him answer that. :)

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  22. Rebecca ~ I looked them up online for tips and they did say that they grow well outdoors, too. I've had such bad luck with them. I'm so happy this one is doing well! It was dust mites that got mine before, and I guess a weekly shower prevents that. Your red one sounds pretty!

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  23. Splendid Rose:) Always lifts the spirit.

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  24. Such a perfect yellow rose. <3 it.

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  25. Oh...tht is such a beautiful yellow rose! :-)

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  26. love your day by day photos.
    I saw some of those little rose bushes at the grocery store yesterday and wondered if they were strictly for indoors or not, after reading your comments, now I know.

    hope you have a nice weekend coming up

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  27. Beautiful rose for a beautiful lady.

    Thanks, Betsy from the bottom of my heart for your kind prayers for Maria. She is holding her own and long may she do so. I think the fact that friends from all over the world are praying for her is helping enormously. God Bless ~ Eddie

    PS Glad you like the phone saga post LOL. Out of it several ladies thing I look 10 years younger or I may be wearing a wig. LOL I suppose I had better do a post on it LOL

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  28. What a joyous colour to greet you each morning!

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  29. Another yellow rose - not in Texas but very pretty. I love your new header pic too.

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