No snow in sight as could have been expected. Only strong wind with a temperature around 5 degrees Centigrade. Not that I miss the snow, but I think the plants in my garden are wondering which season it is. Bulbs are starting to show and what will happen to them if snow and cold weather arrive, I simply don't know.
Although our garden in moderate in size, it holds around 70 rose bushes - I love roses! Especially rugosa and moss hybrids. We also have some trees and other bushes, along with lots and lots of perennials and annuals...
I couldn't live without my garden! (And my family, of course...)
The part of our house that I love the most is our verandah. We installed heating in December and seedlings and tropical plants are thriving out there. (I do too, when I sit there, basking in the sun, with a cup of tea overlooking my plants.)
This is my first entry on this blogspot. I've decided to write in English. I spent a couple of years in England when I was young, and I love the language and would like to keep it up.
I have another blog too, where I use my native Swedish tongue. I started it this autumn. You can find it here:
rosor och ris
In this entry I've shown some of my whitish roses. They are from top to bottom: Morden Snowrise, Bland Double de Coubert, Schneekoppe and Jacqueline du Pré.
That was all for today. Next time I'll show you some more photos of my greatest hobby: my plants and my garden.