More Roses at Fishtail Cottage…
Last month I shared with you the roses that were blooming here at Fishtail Cottage. I mentioned I still had more roses that hadn’t begin to bloom, but promised to share with you when they woke up. The garden is beyond beautiful right now! I love walking through or just sitting on the patio to smell the sweet fragrances of all the roses in bloom. The roses below are classified as bourbon’s, tea, gallica, noisette, english or climber. Please do click on the photo’s to see a larger photo. I can also get you the name of the rose if you are interested……
Believe it or not, I still have more I am waiting to open (just a couple though!!!) Looking forward to being able to show you!!! To see where else I am linking to this week – please check my “Cottage Links” label…xoxo, tracie
I just planted a climber. I have been getting all sorts of advice but what I am really concerned with is pruning. I was just told that after a bloom, you prune down the stem to the cluster of 5 leaves and snip it right above. Is that how you do it?? Any other good advice?
Thank you so much for your sweet comments on my blog!
The roses are beautiful. What would a garden be without roses? So many gardeners are leary about the care they take but it not much different than careing for perennials, food, water, deadheading!
Scrolling through your photo's I could smell them I sware. x
Your photos are fantastic, a few I can almost smell through my screen.
Your garden must smell heavenly
You have such a nice collection of roses. The pink ones are always my favorites. Have a great weekend!
Your roses are breathtaking! I am so jealous. My roses don't seem to do well here, but I try. Thank you again for letting me join you on Thursdays.
Thank you for sharing this with A Return to Loveliness,
Our roses up here are all lying on the ground after two days of heavy rain. I hope they perk up soon!