Monday, April 23, 2012

Mosaic Monday - Dreaming of Roses

I have been uncovering and covering the roses as the temperatures fluctuate 
from warm to freezing. The new leaves have been dying because of this
weird cycle. I am hopeful all will be well and I can
once again enjoy their lovely flowers.

Mary from Little Red House hosts Mosaic Monday.
Have a wonderful week!!!


Lucy Abbott said...

Beautiful Photographs! Love your blog! I found your link on Little Red House and so very glad I did! I have a gardening blog as well. Living in Texas are plants may be different, but we both love natives. I’m happy to be one of your new followers.

Ingmarie We said...

Very lovely roses and mosaic! Yes, it is weird weather this Spring! We have also had colder weather now for a while..... Have a great week.

Rosewalk Cottage said...

Beautiful mosaic and your roses are lovely. I hope all of your roses make it thru the spring.

Lona said...

I cannot believe all of this crazy weather everyone is having. Your roses look so lovely with the water drops on their petals. Mine are all in bud now but I am glad they are not blooming this week with the cold and wind here.

Naturegirl said...

I cannot believe this cool temperature since arriving home!!! Where is Spring!! My neighbor said it came and left in March...9C in April!!!! If Arizona wasn't so far away I'd head back there where temps are triple digit!!
Oh yes keep those roses covered!!
hugs Anna
I have stopped coughing finally! xo

Gardening in a Sandbox said...

It has been crazy weather here but for now we have not had the predicted snow. Lovely photos Jen . V

Lavender Cottage said...

Ha! Reading Val's comment and we've had snow most of today.
Maybe that's what happened to one of my rose bushes - half of the plant has no emerged leaves.
Pretty raindrops on the rose petals Jen.

Mary said...

Yes, this has been a very odd season so far. Your roses look stunning with the water droplets on them. I always love to come here and see your beautiful photos -- thanks so much for sharing them at MM. :) xoxo

Mary Howell Cromer said...

Very beautiful rose images, very delicate with the water droplets~

Jill Harrison said...

these water drops on the rose petals are so beautiful. I must say photographing roses is one of my favourite occupations around my garden.
Thank you so much for stopping by my blog on Monday - I am a little behind in responding - but it was great to hear from you.
Enjoy the rest of your week.