I love roses. I have some climbers that were already here and one bush I put in.
I love the blooms but not the thorns!
I love roses too.
I love the scented ones.
They are very pretty - nice that there is a combination of colours. At one of our previous homes, I was starting to create a rose garden, but then we moved. I've not tried since. -Jenn
I didn't realise we had so many here.
Roses are nowhere near out up here in the Dales. I do love them but they are such a lot of work that I no longer grow them.
Lots of feeding and dead heading.
Gorgeous! Hope they keep blooming all summer.
I think they will.
Those are absolutely gorgeous! How lucky to have established roses waiting on you in your new home. :)
I think the previous owners were keen gardeners before it became too much for them.
They're so beautiful and they look so healthy! How nice that you've inherited them.
We are very lucky to have so many established plants here.
The perfume from our one rose was very strong yesterday; I imagine it was the heat. I could smell it from over 20 ft away.
We have honeysuckle and buddleia next to the roses so wonderful scents.
We have 2 climbers and a lovely orange/ peachy shrub. They are doing very well this year...covered in buds. They must like the weather!
I think most roses are quite hardy, luckily.
We inherited roses in the second house we lived in, but have never actually planted any. For the first time, this year, I have actually planted two, though I think they are a bit hit and miss here in Spain. Nothing as stunning as yours, and the one in the second photo is beautiful.
We've planted four more bush roses to disguise a wire fence we put up to keep Rick in.