I am linking up with Friday Foto Friends at Breathing in Grace.
Ms. Debbie has some beautiful spring flowers over at Breathing in Grace. I am not a gardener by any means. But when my house 4 years ago, we had a snowball bush and I had no idea how to care for it so I just let nature take its course. It gets more beautiful every year.
We had horrible rains Wednesday night and I was afraid it would take a beating, but it is still looking great.
We also had a rose bush. I know nothing about rose bushes and I googled how to care for them and there was so many different answers that I decided not to worry with it. But I couldn't bring myself to cut it down. It is up against my porch on the other side that we don't go up and down much. I went out to check on my yard yesterday and was shocked when I saw these beautiful roses on my rose bush.
So of course I had to share it. I loved the way the sun was caught shining in the background on this picture of it.
A couple of the roses were in full bloom and beautiful.
But look at all the wholes in the leaves (the white spots). Apparently it has something wrong. How do I treat it?
All the blooms are on only one stem. But on the other side of the bush, this lone bud was just too precious not to get a picture of.
Don't forget to head to Breathing in Grace to see her amazing flowers.