Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Roses in the Garden

It has been a busy two weeks for me. So much has been going on. This week I have been busy helping my daughter, Janelle get ready for her big antique show. I can't wait! She has 15 wonderful dealers planning to attend. Lots of primitives, farm house finds, folk art and so much more! Next week I will have lots of photos to share!
Until then enjoy some pictures from my garden!



Rose
Heaven on Earth


Heaven on Earth



Rose
Abraham Darby


Abraham Darby
I love how the sun was shining on the rose.


Rose
Bonica


Delphinium
Magic Fountains
I have these planted next to my Abraham Darby Rose and they are beautiful!



Dianthus
I hope you all have a beautiful week!

20 comments:

  1. Wow... such lovely roses you have in your garden. And Dianthus,it's one of the edible flowers.Love to see your lovely flowers blooming...

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  2. Pretty blooms! I love water droplets on your delphinium and the roses are just so beautiful, it's truly heaven on earth.

    Suffia.

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  3. Welcome to Bloomin' Tuesday! Your photos and your roses are amazing! Jean

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  4. Thanks for stopping by my blog so I could come over and discover yours! Your roses are beautiful. The Heaven on Earth rose is gorgeous. Love the coloring of it. OK, I'm off to check out some other posts!

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  5. Gorgeous Roses and that Delphinium is stunning. :)

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  6. Hi Deborah,
    Nice to meet you! There are not many Nebraska garden bloggers. A gal who I went to high school with saw the article in the Lincoln paper about me and another Lincoln blogger. She had already started a blog, but hadn't posted yet, because she was waiting for help from her niece. We toured each others' gardens today, as well as a friend of mine's, and exchanged some plants. I need to get out and get mine planted. I hope they make it. It will help that the temps are supposed to get cooler.

    Hey, do you have flooding your way? I heard part of the interstate was flooded, and parts of Hamburg Iowa. I hope that situation doesn't get worse.

    I'll have to come back to see more of your posts when I get back in from gardening.

    Sue

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  7. Beautiful! I especially love the 5th rose picture with the whole frame full of roses. That would make a beautiful card! Glad you joined Bloomin' Tuesday.

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  8. Your Heaven on Earth Roses are simply beautiful.. I wish I could grow such roses but my soil here in soFla is so sandy and I've tried changing the soil but our heat and humid weather, well it's just not the place to grow such beauties...
    I'll be back to see the photos of your daughters sale....
    Sandy

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  9. Simply lovely! I also enjoy taking photos of flowers. I also wish I had delphiniums but haven't had a chance to plant them yet.

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  10. Stunning pics! I also love to take flower photos!
    These Heaven on Earth Roses are simply goegeous. Now,am your newest follower....hope you will follow me back:)
    Have a great week!
    Sanghamitra.

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  11. Hi Deborah. Visiting via Jean's BT. Absolutely gorgeous blooms. Breathtaking photos.

    Thanks for sharing.
    Carla

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  12. Hi Deborah, I found your blog from Ann on Sutton Place, and I thought I'd say hello! Your garden pictures are so beautiful- I'm crazy about pink flowers! ~ Yvonne

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  13. Excellent job capturing the roses...what time of day did you shoot? Did you get a new camera?

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  14. Beautiful flowers and love your photography. Thanks so much for joining BC Good Life Wednesdays and sharing.

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  15. Gorgeous Roses! mine opened today for the first time. i have so much black spot & yellow leaves from all the rain & tiny little black bugs on mine (sad face) don't think it's going to be a good year for roses in the Northwest. Thanks for sharing your gorgeous blooms & beautiful photos at Thursday's garden party! xoox, tracie

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  17. Hi Laura! I shot these early in the morning. I didn't get a new camera but I have been experimenting more with taking it off auto and setting my apeture and shutter speed. I am trying to teach myself. I started out at 2.8 fstop and shot up to 8. I have a hard time keeping the camera still. I need to get a tri-pod. Do you have any tips for better shots?

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  18. Beautiful photography. THis is really exciting for any garden lovers or the one who loves the nature.

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