Bloom Thyme Friday: Letting the Sunshine In

It is Bloom Thyme in my garden today… Harison’s Yellow is letting the sunshine in.

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I know that to everything there is a season, but I’m a gardener and I start counting the days until spring the day after Christmas. Gardeners, we are in good company ... Genesis 2:8. I love roses and get completely giddy when it is time for my historical roses to bloom in early June. I live and grow in Zone 5b where I take care of my 175+ roses and their companions. I also co host the Rose Chat Podcast. Check us out @ Follow my garden experiences @
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5 Responses to Bloom Thyme Friday: Letting the Sunshine In

  1. Betty says:

    Teresa, I so love that rose! The way it it bends so gracefully willy nilly. Your oral history of this beautiful rose fascinated me as I live in Oregon and am now thinking I need this rose! You may be ashamed to learn that I dug out most of my rose bushes a year back because I just couldn’t keep the deer away. So discouraging for me as well as a lot of work. But after your video of Harlson’s Yellow I’ve been inspired to find the courage to try again. As usual your garden is so lovely. Thanks for sharing it.

  2. laralewis9 says:

    I enjoyed this video so much. It’s one thing to see still photos, but here I felt like I was actually having a tour of your garden. And what a beautiful rose!

  3. Lacey says:

    I love hearing the sound of your sweet voice! You are so knowledgable, I love it. I feel like I am right there with you.

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