Sunday, February 14, 2010

Roses on St. Valentine's Day

Ok, they are just buds but they are roses.....

Now, the sad part is it is time to prune rose bushes here in South Central Texas. Time to add a little organic fertilizer to the soil and then wait. The rose bushes should be beautiful this year. Cooler weather and all this rain have given the garden the refreshment it needed.

Happy St. Valentine's Day!


YayaOrchid said...

Happy Valentine's Day to you too! I suspect your weather patterns are cooler than ours further south. I only have two roses left. Lost most of them to the heat over the years. Even some I had gotten at ARE that were supposed to be for our heat. It's just too hot here!

lifeshighway said...

oh, I want to live in a place where the roses are still green. Actually I would love to live in a place where the roses do not get black spot, sigh

Tufa Girl said...

Yaya, It was hot here but I think this winter will help them this year. Trim your bushes back - now is the time for us.

LH - There is black spot here too. Spring into early Summer can be brutal humid. Get you some Antique Roses! (LOL)

Apron Senorita said...

Hi, so nice to meet you. I’m Yoli, a fellow “Texas Blogging Gal”. I made it my goal to visit each member’s Blog. I don’t want to just “drive-thru” to meet a quota, but instead to share the gift of friendship that God gives us all. I’m excited to read your inspirational stories and see your creative works. You are always welcomed at my Apron Senorita Blog.

Thank you for allowing us to eavesdrop. I hope you had a pleasant Valentine's Day. Hopefully the roses will be out soon.

God Bless You!

Lancashire rose said...

That's exactly what I did yesterday. Prune those roses. Scrapes and scratches everywhere. Well, are you going to cut off those buds. I wouldn't.