23 April 2008

Pretty n Pink

This was my new purchase today. It was the prettiest rose plant there was at Home Depot.
I haven't really grow roses before, but could not pass up this beauty.

The variations on the blooms are just so awesome.
So, if any of you have any suggestions for me. I well take any and all suggestions in taking care of it. I will be planting this in a planter. An urn type. I will hate to see this beautiful plant die at my hands. I generally have good luck with plants in general. (click pictures to enlarge).

9 comments:

Sweet Designs said...

What a beautiful rose bush you have there. Unfortunatly I am of no help to give you tips, most of my yard is shady, very non-friendly to roses that usually like a fair amount of sun to bloom well...

Donna Lynn said...

Glenda,
I love your new rose plant! Wonderful color, PINK, Yea!! You know how I love PINK! The best advice I can give you is make sure to use some Osmocote fertilizer on them, make sure you water a lot while they are getting established! I like to mix in organic compost too, oh and when you plant it make sure to plant it deep enough, don't leave the crown out of the dirt! OK, so I was FULL of advice...I adore roses and have about 40 or more in my yard! Loved seeing your new post, enjoy that new fabulous pink rose...
Donna Lynn

Tracie said...

Oh Glenda,
I love your new rose, it's beautiful.

Gosh, it looks like Donna Lynn gave you some really good advice, I may need to write it down - that's great!

You asked about my Princess Di rose, I love it and have had it for about 5 years (I think now) it started out in a container too and is now in the ground, but it did great when it was in the container too. I think as long as they're given lots of love (and probably everything Donna Lynn said that I didn't know, they do great!).

Happy night - oh, I love Home Depot too - always want everything there though, but who doesn't?

~Tracie

A Romantic Porch said...

Glenda, Your rose is so beautiful. I don't have any rose advise. I would like to grow some beautiful roses too. I don't have any yet. I'll have to take Donna Lynn's advise. Have a fun day! Love,Rachel

Edie Marie's Attic said...

Hi Glenda!
Gorgeous pink rose! The prettiest I've seen. I'm not very good with potted plants, I put them in the pot, water them and see what survives! So I'll not add any advice!!
Hugs, Sherry

Mary Ruth said...

Beautiful Roses! I think the color is just incredible! I had an aunt that won a house full of blue ribbons for her 235 rose types she grew! But I have not grown one! I am having an appreciation for them lately though, what a beautiful flower! I have liked pink since I saw what Judith could do with that color!

Thanks for visiting my blog, you are such a nice visitor!

Andrea Amu said...

Glenda, Thanks for the very encouraging and sweet message you left on my blog in regard to the loss of my dad. I sooo appreciate your words!

I want you to know that I love what I've seen here on your blog so far and I plan to come back and browse longer when I have more time! You have great style!

Tracie said...

Hi Glenda
I already commented on the beautiful rose, just lovely.
Wanted to let you know the antique faire is in Petaluma. Sunday only 8-4 on Fourth and Kentucky Streets.
Maybe I'll see you there? There's a great shop on Kentucky called Summer Cottage Antiques, my friend Michelle owns it - you should stop by there for sure if you do go!
Have a great weekend!
xo~Tracie

Joanne Kennedy said...

Hi,
This is my first visit to your blog and I love it! It's so fun to see your great thrift store finds and redo projects. I will be back for sure.

I'm adding you to my favorites!

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