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Rose Gardens 2

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A more detailed view of the rose arch walkway.
                                                     Palo Alto.


A rose garden with hoops for climbing roses over
a path.                                             Palo Alto.


When a rose garden is first planted it is a good idea to plant cosmos amongst them, this fills in the gaps with colour until the roses have grown.                                                                San Mateo.


Dine amid the roses.                 Los Altos.

Roses purchased for most of these gardens were bought from Regans Nursery. I highly recommend Regans.. For more info, CLICK HERE.


A year later the roses covered the hoops.


What a difference a year makes.



This is a young rose garden. Birds love the fountain, crows bring stale bread in their beaks and soak it in the water to soften it up before taking it off to their nests. Smaller American Gold Finch prefer the top bubbly part of the fountain.                                                                        San Mateo.


Rose Gardens by Helen Kirby