Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Radiant Perfume Rose



(This picture can be enlarged by clicking on it.)

Although it's November, we're still enjoying roses in our yard. Most of the bushes are without leaves now, but some are still blooming. So I think I'll be able to continue bringing in a rose for Betsy for a few more days.

This picture of Radiant Perfume rose was taken earlier this year. The picture gives an indication of how pretty Radiant Perfume is, but in addition it is as fragrant as the name implies.

16 comments:

♥Kathy♥ said...

Oh I bet it smells wonderful. Love that color.

Hilda said...

The colors of your roses are just the most amazing, George. This yellow-orange is positively glowing!

Busy Bee Suz said...

I love this...looks like a plump juicy apricot! Although I have never eaten an apricot, I assume they are juicy???

rainfield61 said...

I have no idea on Radiant Perfume, but I get to know by now.

Sunny said...

I really love the color. I can almost smell it!
Sunny :)

Pam said...

Sunny took the words right out of my mouth. As soon as I saw this fabulous rose my mind remembered its perfume. Thanks George.

Karen said...

Wow, that is gorgeous. I don't think I've ever seen an orange rose!!

Cheryl said...

Sure wished my computer screen had a scratch and sniff section! Lovely rose and how sweet you are to bring a rose to your bride.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

The bushes must look strange with blossoms but no leaves. My bushes (hardier and not as beautiful as yours) have leaves but no blossoms right now. ;-)

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

Gorgeous color.

Carletta said...

This is indeed beautiful George!
I can't help but think of Honey Dew melon when I look at. :)
What a wonderful color.

Janie said...

Beautiful color and shape. How romantic that you bring a rose in for Betsy each day!

diane said...

It is such a lovely colour you could eat it. You are so romantic, there should be more of men like you.BB wouldn't think to bring me a rose BUT he does cook dinner for me every night so I am not complaining.

Rose said...

This is a beauty!

Carrizo said...

The color is amazing. I am a little bit jealous when You have roses still in flowers there :). This Saturday morning we had 14 Fahrenheit.

The Tile Lady said...

Such a lovely rose! I always enjoy your photos so much! Thanks for visiting my blog too, and commenting on my husband's bread baking! Sourdough starter bread is so good! But, alas, yes, all that bread and butter (and you have to have REAL butter with homemade bread!) can be bad on the waistline! :-)