Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Blooming Tuesday

Today for Bloomin' Tuesday I am just going to show a few pictures I took today. I am having problems with my computer and I am so aggravated. I have always wondered why they call some viruses on your computer a Trojan Horse. I think I know why now.....

This Rose Bush is called Hot Shot. It sure lives up to it's name!

I have a few of these rose bushes out front and they look so pretty in the springtime! This Rose bush is called Betty Boop This is a close up of the Betty Boop Rose

Underneath this rose bush is a beautiful Amaryllis Flower in bloom

Here is a area where I have some pansies growing

For more blooming Tuesday posts, please go visit Jean at Ms Green Thumb Jean's Blog!


Aiyana said...

I love the color of the 'Hot Shot' rose, and will have to see if it does well here in Phoenix. I don't have any orangy roses--so this will give me an excuse to get another one in the fall.

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Suzanne said...

Beautiful roses! I have a Betty Boop too, but mine is not nearly as lush -- roses struggle in Colorado -- at least mine do! Yours are wonderful. Love your pansies and amaryllis too. So pretty!

Paula said...

Love your rose bushes! WOW is all I can say! I wonder how it would do here in Idaho? The pansies are like a carpet - waht beautiful color.

I also looked at your coffee pots and egg plates - both are so fun. I love dishes a little too much.
Thanks for sharing! Paula in Idaho

p.s. I copied your "I belong" tag and would love to use it on my blog if you are ok with it. I won't use it until I hear from you that it is ok.

SmilingSally said...

I do like that Hot Shot best!

Unknown said...

I simply adore the Betty Boop!!! Your flowers are always A+!!

Carla said...

How healthy and happy your plants look! Those blooms are show stoppers for sure:)

Grammy said...

Hi Anne, I love all the blooming roses. You have a great garden this early.

Old Centennial Farmhouse said...

Gosh, everything looks wonderful! Thanks for showing us starved for spring beauty here in Michigan!

Elena said...

Your garden is just gorgeous! The Betty Boop roses are so cute.

Maryjane-The Beehive Cottage said...

Ann, I can never get enough of your garden pictures! I can almost smell them! Beautiful!


Sugarplum Cottage said...

I had one of those Betty Boop and moved it in the fall, sad to say it died. But I'll be looking for another one this year and I will not move it once it established. They do get huge and I love it because it blooms profusely all year. You always have so many wonderful blooms. I also love the little Easter bunny you have posted. She does not look very happy. Happy Bloomin' Tuesday, Rosemarie

Jean said...

The Betty Boop roses are lovely ands the Amaryllis goes with it perfectly. Can't wait until my gardens become lush! Jean

Wanita said...

Your flowers are beautiful! Love the roses and the pansies. Thanks for sharing.

Nana said...

Oh, now I am really wanting Spring to pop into full gear here. It has snowed all day and is supposed to snow all day tomorrow. Grrrr.

Bobbi Jo Nichols said...

The flowers are so beautiful. How I would love to smell them. Thank you for sharing with us.
Thank you for your kind words on my health blog. I appreciate it more than you know.
Hugs, Bobbi Jo

Rechelle ~Walnuthaven Cottage~ said...

The roses and flowers look so beautiful! Love all your flowers!
Hope all is well and that you enjoyed your Easter holiday.
P.S. Computer prob's stink!

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