November Roses V

I always enjoy having roses blooming in November.

tall rose bush, Mister Lincoln rose, red roseMy Mister Lincoln rose bush is over nine feet tall now and it is difficult to see the roses at the top. I had to pull this bloom down so that I could smell the wonderful fragrance.

floribunda, november roses, yellow roses, rose budMy yellow floribunda still has a lot of buds on it. This bush will sometime even be blooming in January.

tropican rose, pinkish roseThere is currently only one bloom open on my Tropicana rose bush, but there are several buds that are opening.

yellow rose, st. Patrick rose, november roseI still have a lot of blooms on my St. Patrick rose bush.

honey bee on rose, rose bush, November roseI was surprised to find a honey bee on one of my blooms. I don’t often see them in my rose garden and definitely not this late in the year.

I am wondering tonight how long it will be until pruning time. With it being 2020 it will be difficult to predict since weather patterns are so different this year.

Steven

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3 Responses to November Roses V

  1. LaDona says:

    Wow 😳
    What’s your regiment of taking care of these beautiful roses !

    • vanbraman says:

      Good location, well watered, good weather. Not too much work except to clean off spent blooms and pruning once a year. Perhaps it is in the genes with Grandpa working in a nursery.

  2. On Thursday, November 19, 2020, Braman’s Wanderings wrote:

    > vanbraman posted: “I always enjoy having roses blooming in November. My > Mister Lincoln rose bush is over nine feet tall now and it is difficult to > see the roses at the top. I had to pull this bloom down so that I could > smell the wonderful fragrance. My yellow floribun” >

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