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Friday, 4 June 2010

dublin bay

This is a first bloom on a beautiful climbing rose, called Dublin Bay. It has been in our garden many years, but is has never failed to surprise. It is not fragrant, but it makes up for it in its show of blooms.
This is not the best picture, but it was not easy to take due to the position of the flower. I will take more pictures later on.


8 comments:

  1. I love a deep red rose. Does it have a perfume?

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  2. I love this rose. Does it have a scent?

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  3. love the rich velvety colour

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  4. Beautiful garden Radka. So different from our dry climate ones here in Australia. I still love mine though - I have mainly native flora, no green lawn(?), just a lot of mulch. It's winter here at the moment so nothing much is growing, but in Spring with the wattle and bottlebrushes etc it has it's own beauty...Joy

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  5. What a beautiful flower - I just love the rich colour.

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  6. I had noticed that time thingy on a couple of blogs. Will have to see what happens to it when I update. My settings look ok but it is theinternet so who knows what happens to things most of the time LOL. CB's dates are up to putt most of the time too.

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  7. Radka, this is just beautiful. I've been rushing lately and not had a lot of time for the computer. I can't believe the size of this.

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