Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Delicate Beauty!

Hello everyone,
We are enjoying some lovely summer weather now and our little Island has been bursting with excitement the last few days with music concerts and the Kelly and Regis show being taped from Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. I hope some of you have been watching them the last couple of days - there are still a couple of more shows to air yet. We are pretty happy that P.E.I. was the second most popular hit on google yesterday and are hoping you all want to come and visit us soon!
Anyway, today I wanted to share a few of our roses with you. The photo of the one above is Heritage a David Austen rose. I love it's delicate beauty.
The top rose is City of York but the bottom was unnamed.
Graham Thomas is the beautiful yellow rose.
Heritage, Graham Thomas and The Dark Lady(lovely strong fragrance) all David Austen roses
I am so happy to have little bouquets of roses to enjoy now that the lilacs and peonies are past. I have lots more photos of garden roses to share another day.
Hope everything is coming up roses for you too!
Take care,


One Shabby Old House said...

Your roses are so beautiful. I don't know which one I like the most. I can only imagine that your garden smells glorious!

The pictures of your family are precious as well.

Kathy said...

Just love your roses! So very delicate and beautiful! So glad these good things are happening on PEI!
I have friends, missionaries who plan to be there later this fall! I so wanted to go with them!

Erin @ I Heart New England said...

Kelly & Regis should be doing a segment on YOU! The roses are perfect... and since finding your blog, I'm dying to visit PEI one day! ♥

Susan said...

Oh Carolyn, how exquisite your roses are. How very exquisite. Isn't it wonderful that we have been blessed with such incredible beauty! Thank you so much for sharing. Susan

Tina Eudora said...

Beautiful roses Carolyn, there are no words to describe their lovely color, I can only imagine their heavenly scent.
Yes I have been watching "Live" and enjoying the view of P.E.I. I am originally from Montreal and have visited the Atlantic provinces when I was young, someday I will return!
Wishing you a wonderful week...
Tina xo

Shelia said...

Hi Carolyn! Oh, we caught Regis and Kelly this morning and I told Mr. Precious - this is where my friend Carolyn lives! It's so beautiful! I hope they'll come over to your gorgeous place! :)
You know what? We're taking a New England cruise in October and St. John is one of our stops for the day. Wouldn't it be great if we could meet?
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

The Tablescaper said...

Such exqusite roses. That just don't look real.

- The Tablescaper

Marie Arden said...

Stunning! the first one is so striking. Another beautiful post with flowers. I also loved the tour of your garden, anyone who loves to garden loves to have a peek at other people's gardens. I think you have such a nice climate for growing roses there.
Have a PINK day--I will be posting soon on Marie Antoinette garden the Petit Hameau don't miss it.
Wonderful things gardens
Marie Arden Pink Living

Sharon said...

Thanks for sharing your David Austin roses with us. I only wish I could smell their wonderful scent. I am sad to say but an elk ate all my roses this year. It really makes me sad.

Wendy said...

Your photos are just so beautiful, you are truely talented and your garden is breath taking. Thank you for sharing.

DesignTies said...

Stunning and breathtaking roses!!

Maddy said...

I tuoi splendidi fiori sono un balsamo x l'anima...

Un bacio ♥


Anonymous said...

Your roses are beautiful! I LOVE how you have them displayed in your vintage bottles!
~ Jo :)

Betty said...

Hi Carolyn
I love your roses. I have two David Austin roses. Graham Thomas and Pilgrim. Thank you for sharing your beautiful flowers. I love the photograph of the roses in the vases in the window.

Kaylovesvintage said...

your garden looks wonderful and nice blog you got

Ldy ~~ Dy said...

I have caught a couple of shows from Regis and Kelly and thought of you and your beautiful blog. Your roses are exquisite. Have a lovely day! Hugs!

It's me said...

What a beautties !! have a great day with lots of fun !!!.....love Ria..

Regina said...

hi carolyn,
your roses are soooooooooooooooo
beautiful.i love it all!!!
have a nice summerday,

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Your roses are scrumptious, Carolyn! Love the pale pink one at the top but oh, the yellows are gorgeous too! So pretty to look at and smell too, I bet! Enjoy your day.


Crystal Rose Cottage said...

Hello Carolyn......Oh yes I have been watching Regis and Kelly and thinking of you everytime! What a beautiful part of the world you live in! Love the pastel yellow roses....I may need to plant some of those in my garden!~Hugs, Patti

Anonymous said...

David Austin'roses are indeniably the most beautiful English roses but they have one defect : they are quite subject to desease like blackspots. But we forgive them because they have such strong perfume. I love them and I live with them long ago.

Beverly said...

Your rose blooms are exquisite, Carolyn. And, I so enjoyed the tour of your garden.

The pictures of your family are lovely. Thank you for sharing.

Lacy said...

Very beautiful!

Maleviks Rosenträdgård said...

Hugs from Sweden

Maleviks Rosenträdgård said...

Will put YOU on FAVOURITES :)

Sussi / Sussinghurst said...

wonderful !

June said...

Oh just beautiful Carolyn! SO pretty in the window.
I loved the pictures of your beautiful kids. Emily has two darlings and you must enjoy them so much.

My Ugly Garden said...

Is there anything you cannot grow, Miss Carolyn? Such lovely roses! My favorite is the white with the yellow spray center. So dramatic. But, of course, all the roses are beautiful.

Paris? London? No way. PEI is the only place I must visit before the Good Lord takes me home. Hope to make the trip sooner rather than later. :)


Bernideen said...

I AM SO GLAD YOU DON'T HAVE ALLERGIES! The smells around your house mustbepure perfume! These photos are so beautiful!

Marilyn said...

Your pictures are so much prettier than the ones in the catalog! Next year I know which ones I want to plant because of your excellent skill in showing the delicate beauty! Thank you so much for sharing with us! ♥♫

Vicki said...

Hi, Carolyn,
Your roses are breathtaking!! Congratulations on PEI being featured on the television. I would love to visit your lovely island some day. Love and blessings~ Vicki

Shabby Chic Interiors said...

These roses are beautiful, so I'm looking for my own wedding! Too bad we're so far away! :)

A kiss, see you soon!


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Gardening in a Sandbox said...

Hi Carolyn: I amagine your roses smell as wonderful as they look. They are gorgeous. Thought the Regis and Kelly might be over for a tour and some tea.

Cindy said...

Your roses are so absolutely gorgeous that I can't stand it. It makes me want to cry when I see their perfection. Such BEAUTY!!! Only a Great Creator could create such deliciousness!!
Sorry if I sound a bit soppy, but it's true!
Hugs, Cindy S

bella said...

Your blog is brilliant and beautiful and I'm now following along. I will return again and again for more incredible inspiration from your delightful creativity and style! I'm a David Austen rose fanatic and am glad to meet another soul who appreciates their deliecate beauty! Stop by sometime, even though I'm not a professional photographer, I just try to capture life around me. Blessings, Roz @ La Bella Vita

Amy @MaisonDecor said...

Your flowers are gorgeous, and your pictures are terrific! Do you take your own pics and can you share any tips on how to take such clear beautiful photos?

maría cecilia said...

All your roses are so beautiful, one of a kind, but these ones are the most delicate I have ever seen... and your pictures are a tribute to the delicate things, wonderful!!!
hugs Carolyn,
maria cecilia

Bella said...

Hi Carolyn...As always your photos are stunning and alll the gorgeous roses wow!! The photo on the windowsill, with the Heritage rose in the blue glass with the curtains parted just so, is an unbelievable photo!!! Thanks for sharing!