It's spring, so what do you expect?


Here is my first wildflower picture of the year - the bluebonnets and and daisies are just starting to poke their heads up everywhere, but nothing is in full swing quite yet.

And this is my first Madame Joseph Schwartz rose. The flowers are more pink-tinged in cool weather, and white in warmer weather. The aroma is incredible. You can smell it from five feet away, and up close it can almost knock you out. Either this rose or my Marie Pavie is going to be planted in the ground next to the staircase soon. I'm going to let them battle it out - whichever makes more beautiful flowers and smells the best wins. The loser has to stay in a pot for another year.

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