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Roses in autumn.

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Autumn is the season for Aster, chrysanthemum or Anemone. But it is also season of roses. After deaf period in August, when almost anything bloom in my garden, now the roses started their late show. Have a look with me.
Sorry, but the most beautiful roses I have – Chippendale and Freisinger Morgenrote are not blooming, so they are not included.


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Its such a pleasure to see your roses in Autumn Katarina.

Mine are still in bloom to.

30 Sep, 2013

 

Thank you, Scotskat. I do not know what happened to my two roses, which I mentioned at the top. They bloomed in June. Then stopped and since that time they are growing, branching, but no flowers on them. Their leaves looked very healthy too. Enigma.

30 Sep, 2013

 

These are all beautiful. Mine are still blooming as well but do not look as pretty because of the stormy and wet weather , lately. I love the one in the second (and probably 3rd) picture.

30 Sep, 2013

 

That is Chicago, Klahanie. Permanently blooming since April.

30 Sep, 2013

 

Your roses are beautiful and I love your grass too.

1 Oct, 2013

 

stunning roses:))))

1 Oct, 2013

 

Where would we be without our beautiful roses, and I can see what a beautiful selection you have. Because of the warm weather we have been having I`m glad to say that we are still enjoying our roses.

1 Oct, 2013

 

Thank you, Katy. Maybe my grasses will be the second step.;-) Thank you, Mark. You are right, Stroller, roses are always queens of gardens. In my case roses have found me, as my garden is experiment. It is without irrigation. I test flowers and trees which can naturally survive with just occasional rains. It is not easy. But definitely roses and lavenders are flowers which profit from dry sunny days, are not demanding regarding soil and fertilisation is just for support of richer blooming.

1 Oct, 2013

 

Roses are always a delight to see Katerina, yours are doing you proud and look really healthy...

1 Oct, 2013

 

Beautiful and healthy roses Katarina.

1 Oct, 2013

 

Thank you for the name Katarina.

1 Oct, 2013

 

I love your roses Katarina. They so beautiful!

2 Oct, 2013

 

Wonderful selection. I admire your good taste. I do not have any knowledge about roses not blooming but I do have a rose which does not bloom as well as I would like. I googled the question and found this web site. I will check the various reasons given against my plant. I think it may have to be moved. I hope you find the cause of your problem. http://homeguides.sfgate.com/rose-bushes-not-bloom-41541.html

12 Oct, 2013

 

They are perfect, the coral one, what a color! And that sweet pink one. I would love to have a climate a bit more hospitable to roses. They are just such a beautiful flower.
And nothing better than a rather casual approach to the planting. Thanks for posting them. There is a site called Mary Jane Sarvis where you will see the most amazing photos of flowers.... she is also a designer of fabrics and clothes. Lives in Vermont.

7 Nov, 2013

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