Fall Flowers ~ Tree Roses

Rose Tree
Rose Tree in Bloom ~ from Our Garden


23 Responses to “Fall Flowers ~ Tree Roses”

  1. harini-jaya says:

    beautiful flowers!! however it is not a gr8 time for us in the north mid west for gardening 🙁

  2. Kay says:

    Beautiful, Indira!! Can we see a close up of a rose or two plesae?

  3. Usha says:

    Beautiful roses!

  4. Siri says:

    Just Beautiful :).


  5. Ranjan says:

    Wow so beautiful, love the colour, do you cut them for the house? I always find it hard to cut flowers from the garden think they look better outside, and end up buying them for the house..

    Only when they are abundant. I agree, it’s hard to separate those beautiful flowers from plants.:)

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  7. Narayan says:

    So beautiful and bountiful. Like i mentioned a while ago, I have to make do with a window sill garden in a Mumbai apartment; and i have a similar variety of rose; though, in a pot, it does not flower in such a flourish. But I am happy with it, it keeps on flowering – has been for the past 5-6 months now.

    Indira, apart from your flair for cooking, you have green thumbs as well. Keep it up.

  8. Sukanya says:

    So beautiful and flowering so well in a pot! You must be taking real good care . Can you share your tips please.

  9. Kay says:

    I just happened to see these in the Livermore Shiva Vishnu temple in California last week. So beautiful, full of bloom.

  10. Viswa says:

    So gorgeous!

  11. Glad to see your garden postings again. Yes my question would be what is in the soil or is there such a thing as a green thumb?

  12. Lakshmi says:

    Hi Indira,
    This is the first time I am writing a comment in your blog. I usually never write any comments.
    I work as S/W analyst. I like your blog. Mostly I like the mind behind all of it.
    Whenever I am stressed out with my work, I immediately open your website, read an article or see some pics,
    and close it. It makes me feel good.
    I often wonder how one person can be a combination of somany beautiful things? How one can put
    somuch into practice?
    You are everything that I want to be, and want to do.
    One day I hope to retire and make ‘home as a hobby’ which I truly love.
    It’s a beatiful rose plant..sorry tree :-). have never seen anything like it before.
    Thanks alot.

  13. madhuri says:

    gorgeous !!! wow!!! wow! wow! I love roses..having a rose plant is my next spring project in Tx.Any recommendations to grow in apt will be greatl yappreciated.Can u pls let me know the name of that particular rose that you planted….the nameof it like knock out roses etc.,Im sure it isnt knock out.Any particular name , pl let me know indira…I will be waiting for your response.Pl.PL

  14. Malathi says:

    It is so perfect that it almost looks fake 🙂 Absolutely gorgeous!

  15. A says:

    Beautiful!! Love the colour of the roses.

  16. R says:

    gulabi mokka ninduga chaala bagundi indira..

  17. prameela says:

    soo beautiful….

  18. deepti says:

    Wat a lovely pic..Nothing more joyful than enjoying the wonderful colors in ur own garden…Happy Diwali to u…

  19. Narayan says:

    Happy Diwali to all. Lots of work goes into Diwali preparation and I wrote a piece on it. Here is the link.


  20. Ranjan says:

    Indira, Vijay, Kittaya,Happy Diwali and very Happy New Year to you all the best for the coming year. Ranjan, Hasmukh, Chloe and Max x

    Happy Diwali to you and your lovely family, dear Ranjan.

  21. Cilantro says:

    Wish you and your family a very happy Deepavali !

  22. Kamala says:

    Indira garu & Vijay garu ,

    May the lights of this auspecious festival illuminate your year ahead with prosperity, happiness and peace.

    Have a fantastic day.
    -The Dasikas

  23. Anu says:

    Happy Diwali to you!
    You have a beautiful garden. I live in Houston too but, haven’t been able to garden successfully. Can you do a gardening 101 type post? Especially one for vegetables would help out amateur gardeners like me who want to grow vegetables organically but haven’t had much success.

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