Monday, November 28, 2011

Rose for winter

This is Hybrid tea "Julia's rose." It's growing in a large pot on my deck, and today it has 5 buds or blossoms on it.

It's an unusally colored rose - it's almost tan, because what would be a delicate peach is muted by a colder hue.


Here in bud it's closer to peach-pink, but as it opens and ages, its color changes.


Another bloom.

When "Julia's rose" is in full bloom, the flower opens to reveal the godlen stamens inside. It's a beautiful, subtle rose, perfect in November's slanting golden light.

5 comments:

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Beautiful pix, Aunt Snow.

No roses left here in W.V. (But the gnats are gone, too, so there's that.)
~

Anonymous said...

Thank you, roses in November what a beautiful sight.
Albug

spokalulu said...

I'm so far removed from roses in winter that seeing one is a little astounding. You are right, Aunt Snow, the subtle color is perfect for late November.

Claudia from Idiot's Kitchen said...

Gorgeous!!!

Anonymous said...

Gorgeous! Gorgeous Tearoses.
Fortunate, you.