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Do you feed your roses steroids???
You must be in heaven.....Your garden is simply beautiful....sigh.... A few more months and we will have this over here on the east coast....lovely.....I love reading your beautiful blog. xo
Are you serious?
Those winds and the rain were something else. I have been up in Ojai and we got 6 1/2 inches of rain. We lost 1/2 of an Oak tree too. Crazy Mama Nature....but your garden looks great Janet!PS love your new spring wardrobe too, very chic my dear.xo kelley
exactly...are you serious? My yard still looks like brown barren land with not a flower in sight. There are no blooms and there is no color.Your's is gorgeous! The flowers look like they're coming right out of the screen at me!Heavenly.
Beautiful! Thank you for sharing these lovely photos with us.
Absolutely beautiful- I've always wanted a rose garden... going to visualize one now... maybe one day! xx
Lovely roses Janet...thank you for taking me along vicariously on your garden stroll...Hope that you have a joyful day.HostessXO
Beautiful pictures! You made day a little prettier...thanks! Bonnie
I just noticed yesterday that my roses are full of buds! Lucky you that yours have already bloomed! Beautiful!
Our snow is almost all melted....thanks so much for sharing your BEAUTIFUL pictures!
Are we living in the same hemisphere? The roses are beautiful.
Good Morning Janet, Oh, the pictures are so gorgeous, I even love the knotty pine fence, so so charming. That really was a huge amount of rain and wind in one day wasn't it. Wonderful to see your garden this morning, everything is just sparkling. Hugs, Joyce
Oh...how lovely...those gorgeous roses...if only this had smell-o-vision. I read about 10 years ago that they were working on it for the internet...but have yet to see it happen. How jealous I am of you and your garden at the moment. I cut my rose bushes way back last fall...so it may be a long time before I have blooms this year.
@ Hostess: after the flying saucer in the last posting I have to ask you: did you see the angry face-mask in one of the photos above? It is there and then it's not. ;-)
paula it looks like an alien to me!
Seriously Janet, what do you feed your roses?! They are amazing.
I have 3 little crocuses blooming and the daffodils just starting! We're way behind you in PA!The gardens look beautiful.
So beautiful, Janet. I can almost feel the sunshine and smell the roses though the monitor!Deborah
Sigh. We had snow again yesterday. Thanks for the spring preview! Your flowers are gorgeous.
You have roses already? I was out scouting today and didn't even see bud. Might not see a flower until May...
What a glorious place to have your morning tea!
Your garden is sooo beautiful!
No wonder our best flowers come from California!Wanna ship some? Will you pick a few for next Monday? Please?xo jane
Oh, I am so envious! Beautiful shots.I am still shovelling snow.
Janet...your roses look beautiful! Do you bring them indoors or just enjoy them in your garden?xo annie
Stunning.. I would like to bury my face in that lovely huge rose - is it's fragrance as beautiful as it looks? Such a gorgeous garden. x
What a joy to be surrounded by such beauty. I'm in an area where the green is trying to emerge, but we can easily get more snow up until May!
Completely jealous as we're getting snow again tonight..Hello's from snowy NY. Please send some sun this way..
Sooooo lovely to see your beautiful garden, and the roses are wonderful!!!!How are you doing "guapa" (handsome one)!! I so love having a look at the gorgeous outfits you share with us. I once red that capricorns get younger when times passes, and I think it is completely true about you!!!!Sending you lots of love and hugs dear Janet
Showoff. : ) The only thing growing in my yard is a gigantic overgrown artichoke. xoMelissa
How beautiful, it will be June before my roses come up, I cannot wait, it's been such a long winter
I dare say it looks like Spring in your neck of the woods, Janet! Lucky girl.
kindness is never out of style.