A New Rose

Southern Belle rose, Fairfield Glade, Tennessee. May 13, 2010.

Since we built a new flower bed last autumn, we have some new roses in our yard this spring.  The first of the new roses to bloom is this sunny yellow grandiflora, Southern Belle.

Yellow roses are said to symbolize friendship and caring.  Since my Beautiful Bride and my Best Friend is also a Southern Belle, I thought it was entirely appropriate to add this rose to our garden.

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10 Responses to “A New Rose”

  1. Becky Says:

    That is a beautiful yellow rose…

  2. Ginny Hartzler Says:

    Well, this is just georgous! I love the way the outside petals are almost white, then it gets darker, but still stays very pale and soft.

  3. Susie Says:

    Yellow roses are beautiful George. I like what they represent.

  4. Rose Says:

    It’s a beauty, George. I just love yellow roses.

  5. Tricia Says:

    Absolutely! You sure know how woo Betsy, heheheee

  6. Fishing Guy Says:

    Hi George: Neat rose, just got home and some roses are getting ready.

  7. Karin Says:

    Wow, already in bloom! We’re just getting leaves on the rosebushes! That is a GORGEOUS yellow! They have to be my favorite roses – had some in my wedding bouquet a few years ago — well, almost 44 yrs. ago, LOL!!!

  8. Darla Says:

    The perfect rose for your bride.

  9. MaryBeth Says:

    This one is a beauty. Soft and Sweet–just like a Southern Belle and your sweetheart too. MB

  10. Ruth Hiebrt Says:

    This is a beautiful rose and I am sure fits in among all the others.
    Blessings,Ruth

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