A happy melody is fitting to accompany this week's pictures. I am much more happy now knowing that most of my roses are in their recovery stage after last few months of neglect due an illness of one of my family members.
|Grandiflora, pink, 38-40 petals. Average diameter 4".|
The bloom has lived up to its reputation in my garden.
So, I am very happy with this.
I think this should be in anyone's garden.
|The bloom is still however borne solitary. I have not yet seen it in clusters. |
This shall be the next thing I want to see.
|SN Rough Jewel. My mini in hanging pot.|
|The flower is tiny but plenty to have. |
The good thing about this rose is no deadheading is required.
It knows how to clean after itself.
|SN Queen Zubaida|
The current favorite since it smells so fragrant.
Much more fragrant than the well-known damask-like ros kampong.
This one is like smelling rose oil or rose water from the bottle.
|Current bloom, side view. About 3 inch open flat.|
|This picture was taken sometime ago.|
But to just show you how this flower looks from the front.
This has yet bloom in full.
|Bloom in full.|
The petals arranged in distinct portions, the shape is known as quartered rosette.
Hope you enjoy.
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