Tuesday, August 20, 2013

8/21 Outdoor Wednesday # 241

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We have had a lot of rain lately. The knockout roses look good this year!

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16 comments:

  1. I can almost smell them. So beautiful!

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  2. Hi Susan, Your knock out roses are so pretty. Mine are in a re-blooming time. I just had to trim of hundreds of dead blooms. They are getting ready to bloom soon. Mine are called bubblegum pink.

    Happy Outdoor Weds. and thank you for hosting.
    xo, Jeanne

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  3. I can't resist -- Susan, your Knockouts are knockouts! I love those roses -- they just keep blooming away, even the three that I bought in May that are still in their little pots... they keep blooming, too.
    LOVE them.
    But yours look more prolific than mine -- do you do anything special to them? I pretty much ignore mine, believing in tough love for garden plants.
    Cass

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  4. Knockout roses are great. My sister had a bunch and they bloomed and bloomed. Very pretty photos, too!

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  5. Very Nice Roses. I dont grow any now as they dont suit my garden but previous houses I have had lots of David Austen Roses which are traditional English flowers

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  6. Beautiful!!
    gonna try my luck here on the coast with Knockouts! hope they'll do well for me!

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  7. Your knockout roses are so pretty. All this rain has really helped the plants and flowers to do great.

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  8. your roses look beautiful. how do you keep the bugs off of them?

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  9. Beautiful picutres you show of roses.
    Thanks for sharing and thanks for hosting this nice project.
    Today i'm late.
    wieczoramatic greetings to the evening, Wieczora (◔‿◔) |my photoblog

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  10. Oh my gosh....they are so beautiful!

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  11. Your roses are beautiful. I have some in a peach that I love.

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  12. The roses are lovely. Been a long time since I blogged. Decided to join you today!

    Linnea

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  13. these are very happy healthy looking roses...I love them...beautiful!

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