Sunday, May 24, 2020

Variety of Roses from Two Places;

*From Ejio-Park*
On 18th, we visited Ejio-park again to see roses; it seems this park became our regular flower viewing spot. There were many people enjoying them even from far prefectures; my husband was checking car numbers ;-)




 *From our City Air-Port*
Last Thursday, we stopped by our city airport after finishing an errand. My cousin showed me two pictures of rare rose through cell-phone which I've never seen before.





Roses above and below were the same ones, although pictures below were taken by my cousin earlier than mine above.  I've never seen this kind of type before.
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22 comments:

  1. Dearest Miyako,
    Wish I could have joined you both as roses are my favorites!
    Your husband does the very same what we usual do when traveling, checking license tags for determining from where they traveled.
    Busy with my manuscript, sending you hugs though!
    Mariette

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  2. Wonderful colors! I bet they smell as good as they look!

    I am so glad that you took the time to share your world at 'My Corner of the World' this week! Thanks!

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  3. Beautiful roses. The apartment complexes and businesses here all have the same reddish pink bushes at their entrances. So full and blooming right now. Gorgeous. You have some lovely photos of different varieties.
    Dawn aka Spatulas On Parade

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  4. I like the ones in the third picture best. They look like rosy ripe peaches. - Margy

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  5. Beautiful roses feast! The whit you have never seen, we call it here a wild rose (very common here). My all time favorite all of these colors are the yellowish-pink ones (In my former front yard I had six rose bushes -each of a different color). Many thanks for sharing this beauty Miyako! Hope you are doing well now you are under a lock down order. Hope your week is enjoyable, Jesh

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  6. Wow, so colorful and beautiful! Roses are in full bloom! The airport does really good job with their roses. Love the wooden arbor. I’m amazed there are so many different kinds of roses. The pink and white one that had a bee looks so pretty. The rose you’ve never seen before is gorgeous with many layers of petals. I bet the scent was really good as well :-) Thank you for sharing these beauties, Miyako san!
    Have a wonderful week xo

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  7. Miyako - what a stunning display of roses. I especially like the pink ones that are climbing on the trellis with the bench. The aroma there must be heavenly. I have never seen the rose that has a red exterior and white interior - interesting! Thanks so much for sharing this beauty with everyone at Mosaic Monday!

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  8. Oh, how I love roses!! My dad tended his roses with such loving care. Your photos are amazing in their beauty!! Thank you!!

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  9. Roses are something that can warm anyone's hearts! Thank you for sharing these beautiful and colorful bunch for us!

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  10. The roses are spectacular! And we are doing find here in Florida so far. I'm glad we can get outside and walk and order our groceries. We don't do much more than that though. Take care!

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  11. wonderful blooms photos ands very nice the page!
    Greetings Elke

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  12. Thank you for this rose parade - stunning!

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  13. These roses are lovely and in such an array of color. Thank you for linking up.

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  14. Hello, Miyako,
    Lovely rose post. The colors and rose photos are just gorgeous. Beautiful post. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Enjoy your day, wishing you a happy weekend! PS, thanks for visiting and commenting on my blog.

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  15. Such beautiful and colourful blooms.

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