A New Day

Rose New Day, Fairfield Glade.  May 20, 2009.

Rose New Day, Fairfield Glade. May 20, 2009.

Wednesday was an absolutely beautiful day up here on the Plateau — the sky was blue and the sun was shining.  It was almost too warm in the afternoon to work in the yard, but that didn’t stop me.  I thoroughly enjoy working in the yard even if that includes mowing, which I finished up early in the afternoon.

The most enjoyable chore I had to do was plant our last new rose.  I had to replace one that we lost during the winter.  So now our rose garden is complete — we have 48 rose bushes.  That’s about all that we can handle without getting a larger yard!

The picture above is another of new roses this year — New Day.  It is slightly fragrant as well as being very pretty.  I have more trouble with yellow roses than any other color — they seem to be a favorite of just about every bug that likes to chew of rose bushes!  However, we’re hoping that I can keep this one healthy.

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19 Responses to “A New Day”

  1. Arija Says:

    I do hope you did not plant your new rose in the same place as the one that died without completely exchanging all of the soil near where the old roots were. A dieing rose exudes something that is detrimental to the thrivins of a plant of the same kind.

  2. Susie Says:

    That yellow is one of my favorites George!

  3. karin Says:

    Such gorgeous roses – and they all have names. However do you remember 48 different rose names??? Do you keep the name label at each bush? Just curious over here. Have a lovely week-end.

  4. Mary Says:

    This is a very pretty one. Great name…it looks like a sunrise. I never can decide if I like yellow or pink ones best. I wonder why red is the most popular for giving?

  5. imac Says:

    Nice one Rose Man George.
    Also love the collection of roses.

  6. NCmountainwoman Says:

    Beautiful rose. And you are right…yellow and white roses do attract more pests.

  7. Rose Says:

    It is gorgeous!

  8. Busy bee suz Says:

    48 rose bushes???? I can only imagine the nice scent you are giving to your neighbors!!

  9. Happyone Says:

    Wow that’s a lot of rose bushes! Each picture of a rose you post is just beautiful!!
    Your yard must be gorgeous!

  10. Ruth Hiebert Says:

    What a beauty.So delicate.
    Blessings,Ruth

  11. Jen Says:

    I like the yellow roses-so I’d be after them too. 😀

  12. Kathleen Ann Pacheco-Corbett Says:

    George
    Your Wednesday sounds like my day in RI today 86 degree at 6:30pm It has been so welcomed bring a smile to many faces that endured our severe winter. i just love all your roses you post. Each one has such magnificent beauty I love yellow ones for giving to friends.

  13. LEEDRA Says:

    It is a beautiful yellow rose and I hope the bugs don’t get to it.

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  14. Tammie Says:

    My goodness, you have so many roses. I love roses. They are wonderful to prune, eat and beauty to my eyes. Your photo is lovely! I have only wild roses….

  15. Fishing Guy Says:

    George: Good capture of the yellow rose, very pretty.

  16. Carla Says:

    It’s a shame the bugs love the yellow ones so much. Yellow roses are my favorites. Yours is gorgeous!

  17. Rambling Woods Says:

    I don’t have one rose bush…so your rose garden sounds amazing judging by this one rose….

  18. Indrani Says:

    It must be great waking up to a new blooming rose each day. 🙂

  19. Kathy Says:

    Well I am jealous. We cant have roses around my house its too shaded. Yellow and peach color roses are my favorites.

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