My First Bud

My first miniature rose bud in my Balcony Oasis.  I am so HAPPY to see that it truly survived.  This miniature rose was purchased at the beginning of spring and it was in the house.  It started to die and I thought it was a goner.  When the weather finally broke I put it outside and hoped that it would come back and it did!

I believe all of these were taken with the extension tube on.


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Posted on May 28, 2015, in Photography and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 7 Comments.

  1. Rhett E. Column, #SayWhatNews, #AXJ

    Very lovely flower Ms. Robin! How you this morning? God bless!

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  2. Beautiful! I have a red Knockout Rose bush that I’ve enjoyed for about four or five years. This past winter, it was buried under snow and heavy logs that were part of a tree take down that wasn’t completed by the company until spring. When I finally unearthed it, there was nothing except one single leaf at the ground level. I trimmed it all the way back with the one leaf sticking out. I noticed yesterday it has sprouted new branches and is going to make it. Yeah for roses in the ground and on the balcony. 🙂

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    • Thank you Judy. Nature has a way of surviving in conditions that we just don’t understand. Being buried under feet of snow and logs you would think that was the end of it.


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