Tuesday, September 09, 2008

Bloomin' Tuesday



Happy Bloomin' Tuesday. I found lots of blooming flowers and not a one of them in my yard.

Do you remember this rose from last week?


Well here it is this week. This photo was taken on Friday. Lovely!


This flower is blooming in the flower bed at my office. The bush needs cut back.


A rose in my neighbor Helen's yard. She was always so proud of her flowers.


Mrs. Lashley's blooming tree. Does anyone know what it is? I love it. It is so pretty. I'd love to have one in my yard.


I took this photo on Sunday. Hubby and I took a ride to Shanksville, PA to visit the Crash site of Flight 93. The site is only about 1/2 hour from where we live.
This flower was blooming at the Memorial Chapel.

This is the Flight 93 Memorial Chapel. It is located about 10 miles from the crash site.


I'll have more photos from our Sunday drive tomorrow. Hubby's post on our visit is here.

More Bloomin' Tuesday photos are here.

6 comments:

Anne Fannie said...

Hello Ann, lovely rose pictures you have here! That blooming bush is very pretty, I clicked on it to make it bigger and the blooms are so gorgeous! Smiles, Ann

Carla said...

The blooming bush is a Rose of Sharon or Athela. That one is a double bloom (some are single) trimmed as a standard (or tree) form. EASY to make new plants from cutting-or find of sale at Walmart or Lowes. Thank you for sharing these beautiful blooms! (those roses are really something-and I always love hibiscus')

Jean said...

Ann, The roses are all lovely but I like the one by your office the best. Your bush is a Rose of Sharon. I have a double one like it but it doesn't grow babies like the single ones do. Mine is already done blooming. Great post! Jean

Laurie and Chris said...

Great pictures for bloomin' tursday Ann. I love the rose pictures.

Sweetie said...

The roses are beautiful. How nice that you have flowers planted at your office. We live in central PA but have never been to Shanksville - something that we should do.
Sweetie

Vixen said...

I see Carla beat me to it, I was going to say I thought it was a Rose of Sharon. I have a serious crush on those bushes. I simply must own one.