Monday, June 14, 2010

Someday Soon

I wish I could tell you the name of this rose.  It was given to me as a start and now it's very big - and sticky!!
It's just about to open up and I'm ready to see a rose this year.  Diane

8 comments:

Pondside said...

Don't you wish you could give it just a teensy push to open up?!

Laurie said...

I'm anxious to see them opened up Diane, it looks kinda like the rose bush I have, which I don't remember the name of either!

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Looks like you have several buds on that rose... SO--in just a little while (be patient), those buds will open and YOU, my friend, will have some beautiful roses....

Hugs,
Betsy

Heidi said...

I love roses,and I'm bummed you didn't win!!!!

mudderbear said...

I do admire your photography skills. I have a new camera and took a couple of pictures of roses, but I certainly don't get the lighting. Of course I am truly a novice and don't know beans about it all. So I am happy to admire your work. Thank you for sharing. I'm looking forward to this blooming.

June said...

I can't wait to see the color and shape of your rose Diane. I love a mystery!
I have never seen a bluebird myself, but I did notice that some nesting boxes have been put along the dirt road that goes to our 40 acres. I would love to see one bluebird before I die. After all they are our state bird. hehe
hugs

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

A rose doesn't need a name in my mind,it is still beautiful.Take pictures of this one once it opens.
Blessings,Ruth

The French Bear said...

Diane, it will be a delightful thing when it pops open for sure...nothing like a garden rose!! Gosh, I think I can almost smell it from her....I love roses!!! Although those beautiful ruffled pansies are incredible!!
Hope your visit is going wonderful!!!
Hugs,
Margaret B