I Spy

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 Just today she bloomed...this is Evelyn
 she is beautiful and smells like sweet tea
only one blossom today
but there are dozens ready to bloom 
in just a few weeks 
 she decided to blossom early
she knows today was her day 
happy birthday Evelyn
19 comments:
  1. Your new blog design looks beautiful.

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  2. She's beautiful, and seeing her has made me even more anxious for my roses to bloom!

    Kat

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  3. Lovely! I am loving the new blog look too :)

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  4. What flower is she, I've never seen anything so beautiful?

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    1. She is rose...David Austin English variety called Evelyn!

      Thanks Katherine!

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  5. Evelyn is so lovely. I have one planted in my garden too, but no blooms yet. I do have a Mary Rose that is covered in blooms today. I love going out in the garden to see who has made an appearance! My Lady Banks is covered in lovely blooms, alas they bloom only once.

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  6. hmmmm. so pretty, I wish I had smell a computer!

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  7. I love it cuz it's beautiful, but also my middle name & my Mom's name too.
    It's a rose right? Did you buy them locally or on line? I'd love to grow one!

    love the new blog look too!

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    1. Hi Jeanette, well do want to know something funny? When you order David Austin's via the internet they ship them out from...of all places TEXAS! Not kidding. I don't recall the exact location but I do remember the Texas part. I think they would grow very well in your Texas climate too. Maybe in partial shade?!

      Thank so much and I am happy that you all like the new look on the blog....way overdue

      xx kelley

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  8. Beautiful...the first bloom to appear is always very special! N.xo

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  9. I spy....a GREAT new look! And WHAT flora!!!

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  10. LOVE the new blog design! and what a "looker" Evelyn is!! very jealous as we are desperate for warmer weather here in the Boston area, but at least the Crocus are blooming and the Forsythia shouldn't be much longer!

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    1. Hi Carol....I know the weather has been so gloomy back on the east coast...but soon Spring will be at your door step! I love forsythia and we can't grow it here.

      Hope all is well, Kelley

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  11. My Evelyn Rose is blooming as well. Aren't they just heavenly!

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