Molly's Country Memories

Molly's Country Memories

The memories and happening in the everyday life of a country girl

Tuesday, June 08, 2010

Rednesday and knockout roses


Today is Rednesday over at, It's A Very Cherry World, stop by and visit with all of our red lovers by clicking here...
Today for Rednesday I'd like to share some of my Knockout Roses, I have planted these across the front of my house and just can't wait for them to grow bigger.Happy Rednesday everyone...

14 comments:

  1. well, you have certainly knocked me out with this gorgeous post of red roses. They are sure pretty.Mica/The Child's Paper

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  2. I SO need to plant me some roses! Beautiful pictures...and my favorite..RED!

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  3. Your roses are blossoming well. Great shots!!


    Rednesday~Strawberry

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  4. So pretty! And when they do grow in they certainly will be a knockout!

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  5. I don't think you can beat those Knock-outs! Do you know they come in yellow now? The only thing is as the bloom matures it turns more creamy/white.

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  6. I love those open, full little faces---the Jiminy Cricket bush at our house Down South had covered one whole wall when we moved away.

    Thank you for the memories!! I can just feel that Mississippi morning!

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  7. The knockouts are the greatest roses. They bloom so much with so little fuss.

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  8. Happy Rednesday, Molly. Love knock out roses, but alas, so do the deer. I've tried growing them in my yard, but since my yard seems to be the dining table for the deer population in my neighborhood, mine look pretty pitiful. So I'll just have to enjoy yours instead.

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  9. They're so beautiful right now, and they're going to be simply stunning when they get bigger!
    Happy REDnesday!
    Carol

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  10. They are very pretty already and will grow into real stunners!

    Love,
    Susan and Bentley
    xxoo

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  11. What a lovely border! And how fun, Knockout Roses, I love the names they come up with.

    Happy Rednesday,
    Sally

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  12. hmm, I am wondering if these are the kind that my town has planted. Whatever my town has planted blooms from spring into fall and they are so healthy and not troubled by blackspot.

    nannykim/spindlecottage

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Little sweet memories whispered..