Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Roses at next City's Park;

After recovering his health condition, my husband took me to the Ejio Park to the roses last Sunday.  Enjoyed the sweet roses♡♡♡


Flowers below are the enlarged one on the fence :-)  
    *American tulip tree* 
A lady was trying to take pictures of something in this tree. She kindly taught me about this first little flower for me blooming hesitantly on the tree. Probably, not the best season for flowers. Might be very common one for American people. Wished to show my first finding p:-)













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27 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

beautiful spills of roses! so glad your husband is feeling okay. :)

Tamago said...

Such beautiful roses! I love the fence covered with bloom. I think it'll make a lovely spot for shooting wedding photo and such :-)
I haven't seen American tulip tree around here. (Or maybe I see it but don't notice flowers!) it's got such pretty flowers!

I hope your husband has recovered 100%! Have a lovely day, Miyako san!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

I am so glad your husband is feeling better. (I think I'd rather be sick myself than have my husband not feel well!). The roses are absolutely fantastic. What a wonderful park. I don't know what that little flower in the tree is, so it is definitely not a common one for me. It's very pretty!

doodles n daydreams said...

Beautiful roses of all sorts.
I've just been catching up on your posts and you have been very busy, especially with having your husband unwell. I'm glad he is better now.

blessings from New Zealand,
Diana

Sussi said...

Lovely roses!

eileeninmd said...

Hello Miyako, I am glad your hubby is feeling better. I love the gorgeous roses, lovely colors. The flower is very similar to our wild tulip blooms in the woods near my house. I see the petals on the ground when they fall off. Take care and have a happy day!

Linda Kay said...

Miyako, such beautiful roses. And the tulip tree is wonderful.

Latane Barton said...

Roses are one of the most beautiful flowers on this earth. Those you have photographed are some of the best.

Jane said...

They are beautiful. My mom had a rose garden when I was a child and she would tend to it every day. So every time I see roses it reminds me of her :)

Gunilla Bäck said...

Hello Miyako, The roses are all gorgeous. I'm so glad your husband is feeling better. Take care!

bj said...

Thankful your sweetie is feeling so much better that he could take you to see these BEAUTIFUL roses. You did such a wonderful job of taking pictures of them.
xo

NC Sue said...

Beautiful floral photography.
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Michiko Johnson said...

you had beautiful roses tree American tulips,
I hope your husband is getting in better to happy time with Lovees!
Miyako San mo okaradani Okio tukete Kudasai mase.
Michiko

Mariette VandenMunckhof-Vedder said...

Dearest Miyako,
Lovely tour with splendid roses!
Also the tulip tree blossom you captured well. Yes we do have a few on our property here.
Hugs and love,
Mariette

Gayle said...

So many roses and so beautiful.

Tanya Breese said...

beautiful gardens! i had one of those trees in my last yard...we call them tulip poplar here...they are pretty! glad you husband is better!

bailey-road.com said...

Good to hear your husband has recovered. I enjoyed seeing your photos of all the beautiful roses.

LV said...

I am sure the outing was good for both of you.I enjoyed the scenery.

Marie C said...

Such stunning roses, Miyako! When I think I like one color the best, I change my mind in the next photo! :-) Beautiful place!

Ida said...

Wow I can almost smell the sweet fragrance of those roses through my screen. They are gorgeous. - Loved seeing your spotting of the Tulip tree. In fact I'll be posting about that tomorrow on my own blog.

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Beautiful set of rose pictures!

The tulip poplars in W.V. were dropping blossoms all over my car last week.
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Mama Zen said...

Gorgeous roses!

s.c said...

Great roses but I wonder if they are native in Japan. Mostly you see immediately the thousand years of dedication and attention in the cultivation of flowers in your country but I mis it a bit by these roses.

Ingmarie We said...

What a lovely sight. So many colouful roses.

Tom said...

Tulip trees sure get around. Tom The Backroads Traveller

jandi said...

beautiful! love that tulip tree!

Nick V. said...

All the best for your husband!
A lovely collection of photos of wonderful flowers!
Thank you for joining us at Floral Friday Fotos, hope to see you contributing again soon.