nature, Photography September Roses Sep 27, 2022 Lynette d'Arty-Cross 8 Comments I love how these roses in Penticton’s public gardens are just blooming and blooming. A gaggle of pretty pink and green. Buds are awaiting their turn. Lovely September lusciousness. I hope you enjoy your Tuesday. Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
8 thoughts on “September Roses”
So good to see the roses hanging on. My petunias are thriving, but I fear we have killed another fall Mum. Cheers Lynette. Allan
Agreed. I was here during the last week of Sept in 2021 as well, and the roses were doing well at that time, too. There hasn’t been any sign of frost yet, so I guess they’re going to just keep doing what they do best! Sorry to hear about your mum – too dry?
Wonderful to see them hanging on so long.
Right? All that lovely colour, and these also have a beautiful rosy scent!
These are amazing image of pink rose.
Thank you very much. 🙂
I read on the news about how BC has been enjoying unseasonably warm temperatures in September. It’s always nice when summer lingers a little bit longer than usual.
It has been about 2 or 3 degrees higher than usual, I would say (just in the southern Okanagan – I don’t know about other areas). Yesterday we had 29C; lots of people were on the beaches, especially the kids after school. Agreed – a lovely slow autumn is so great. Cheers.