Thursday, September 19, 2013


At the beginning of the summer, I planted two rose bushes in my yard. The red rose bush only produced one blossom this year.

Shortly after the red rose bloomed, the white rose bush produced a bud that opened wide. I thought both bushes were finished for the year.

About a week ago, I went outside to find another open white rose, to my surprise. Then I noticed four buds growing along side. (Photo above)

A late blooming bush was a great joy to find. A little water and sunshine brought new growth, even late in the season. New buds are ready to pop any day now.

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