And doesn't this rose live up to its name?
Jackson and Perkins 2005 Rose of the Year® winner.
"Exceptionally high-centered, fully petaled, cupped blooms
and satiny, deep fuchsia-pink petals.
Tall, upright, full-branched, disease-resistant plant."
My Honeyman gave this rose to me many years ago,
a favorite in my rose garden...
and it always brings joy when it blooms.
Lovin' my Sweetheart today and forever...
You still put the skip in my step!
The color in that rose is awesome! Happy Valentine's Day!ReplyDelete
Who doesn't love roses? I can almost smell this one.ReplyDelete
Aww, what a sweet tribute to your Valentine, Carolyn. We are blessed women to have such wonderful husbands. I hope you have a beautiful Valentine's Day.ReplyDelete
Aw, so sweet! And what a beautiful rose. The color is so vibrant!ReplyDelete
Beautiful rose and beautiful words as always....ReplyDelete
Perfect word for that gorgeous bloom! Happy Valentine's Day!ReplyDelete
Happy Valentine's Day..what a stunning rose...love the color.ReplyDelete
Oooo, that Rose indeed lives up to its name. It is perfectly formed and such a luscious color! Sound like you had a sweet Valentine's Day. And happy GBBD!ReplyDelete
Magnique fleur! Très belle couleur.ReplyDelete
The rose is so perfect! With that kind of rose in a garden, everyday seems to be Valentine's Day...ReplyDelete
This is beautiful and well named. Guess I'm a honeyman too as I also raise our own honey right in the beehives.