When the cooler weather of September and October arrives, the roses go back into action. Regular dead-heading (snipping off the spent flowers) will keep them blooming right up until the first hard freeze. As the summer annuals and perennials are finishing up for the season, the roses don't stop. There is nothing better than a fragrant bouquet of roses in October!
|the roses are still blooming in October!|
it must be lovely to have such beaituful flowers grow in your garden. it would refresh a person right away. thank you for posting with this. keep updatingReplyDelete