Category Archives: gardens

Rainbow Sorbet Rose and Bee = Garden Gifts

Rainbow Sorbet is another Hybridizer Rose. (What is a hybridizer? When a person pollinates two different roses to create a new rose, the rose then is called a hybridizer.) Rainbow Sorbet’s name is another rose in my garden list that … Continue reading

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Sultry Sangria Rose = A Rose For The Nose

Sultry Sangria is a Floribunda rose, “The Floribunda Rose is a crossbred flower that is loved for its hardiness in harsh climates, minimal upkeep, and its ability to have continual blooms.” ~ Heirloom Roses.com. This rose is quite a stunner … Continue reading

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Plum Perfect Rose = Lyndale Gardens at Lake Harriet

Plum Perfect Rose is another food related named rose at the Lake Harriet Rose Garden. Continuing with photos and identification of the roses that I was fortunate to capture in September 2021 viewers can see that the roses are still … Continue reading

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Ketchup and Mustard Rose

This delicate beauty of a rose deserves attention. Ketchup and Mustard Rose is unusual in that the inside of its petals are bright ketchup color while the outside of each petal is a mustard yellow. It’s quite spectacular to see. My attempt lately is to document the type of roses in the Continue reading

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Lavender Crush – A luxurious Rose = Summer’s Sultry Display

Lavender Crush Rose Lake Harriet Rose Garden, Minneapolis. These purple roses looked lush with so many petals. Very luxe hybrid rose that can be grown in this cold climate.

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