18 March 2015

rose trimming

In central Texas roses are usually trimmed back in late February, but this year has been cooler than average and very wet. Also, I have been away from home a lot recently.

I finally got around to cutting our roses back to make way for new growth . . . and found this perfect rose bud from early December still looking as fresh as it did before the plant went dormant. I also love how the leaves turn red and reddish-purple on this particular plant.


  1. Beautiful, Vicky! Love the shadows! And love the sun that is warmer and warmer also here :)

  2. It is so good to have sunshine and warmer days at last!


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