Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Warm Day-- Strong Wind

 Cream and white rose and smells so good. 
 It is the Pope John Paul 11 called a rose for a cause
ten percent of sales benefit the poor of sub-Saharan Africa.
 This is the hybrid Peace rose with golden -yellow buds large open rose.
 This is my pink Iris that Cloody and Frank gave me from their yard
 when they moved to Texas four years ago. 
This is in the back away from the sick Irises. Reading about the diseases of Irises my
problem could be wet and cold that cause the rot.


5 comments:

Simply Linda said...

I bet those roses smell pretty!! I love roses..my husband said, about your Irises (yes, we were discussing this) he said it was prob the cold and tons of rain. They will come back, he said to just pinch off the dead from it. Blessings

Ginny said...

The pink iris is just gorgeous! I have never seen one, there are none around here. So I did not know that any existed. The white rose is also wonderful, you don't see many here. Pure and innocent. And of course the yellow roses are always like an earthbound spot of sun.

Mari said...

Your flowers are so pretty!
It's been windy here too

Sue said...

Your blooms are so lovely, I don't think I have ever seen a pink iris, very unusual, I hope you are able to save the others, thank you for sharing.
Sue

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

Your roses have such big blooms. We are getting a few roses from our straggly bushes and they sure smell amazing! Enjoy your week! Hugs, Diane PS If you came to shop with me, we would find all the best stuff!