Sunday, June 14, 2009

Today's Flowers #44: Beach Roses

Beach roses can be seen all over on the beaches of Cape Cod. They are very vigorous growers, expand by seeding and by sending out ramblers. They protect beaches from tide and wind erosions.

Beaches roses usually come in two colors: white and pink, and are very fragrant. These two are from our own garden.

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14 comments:

Ebie said...

Hmm, I could smell your beach roses, very lovely!

April said...

Gorgeous wild roses and beautiful pictures!

Melita said...

Hello from Finland,
I love white flowers so the top picture really captured my eye.

Gunilla said...

Lovely beach roses, fantastic when you can walk at the beach and look at all that lovely roses.

Thanks for sharing

Gunilla in Sweden

SquirrelQueen said...

Beautiful beach roses, my two favorite things, roses and the ocean, together in one place.

Have a great day,
SQ

Carletta said...

These are gorgeous shots - drenched in raindrops there thrist fulfilled!
Just lovely.

My post is here: Carletta’s Captures.

☆Willa☆ said...

i love the first photo, white rose bring sweetness!
My Today's Flower

VALKYRIEN said...

Simply gorgeous! And I am a sucker for wonderful flowers with droplets! Beautiful photos!

Thanks for posting on Today's Flowers!

terra4incognita said...

Oh, these are very pretty! Lovely photos.

Tammie Lee said...

lovely all dressed in rain drops~

Denise said...

So very pretty, thank you for sharing these beautiful beach roses. Have a great week.

i beati said...

wonderfully fresh sandy

Arija said...

I love the old single Roses.

Larry D said...

Wild roses are the best, they grow here on the plains as well. great photos

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