Corrales / Flowers / Plants / Roses Veteran’s Honor September 29, 2020 Timothy Price33 Comments Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
33 thoughts on “Veteran’s Honor”
Gorgeous! Such a great rose in the high desert.
Thanks, Susan. VH is a beautiful rose.
Stunning color, exciting images.
Thanks, Maj & Sher.
Beautiful… so funny. I came thisclose to using a red rose for Wordless Wednesday (I guest post on Wednesday’s on Sorryless)
Red roses rule. Thanks, Dale.
They do. My pictures did not do them justice.
Awesome blog. I like it, wow.
That is a gorgeous rose, Tim. We didn’t get many here this year because the deer found them tasty.
The porcupine like our roses, but they haven’t been bothering them lately. Thanks, Lavinia.
Gorgeous Rose, it is right that this beautiful rose is named Veteran’s Honor.
Thanks, Holly. It’s an aptly named rose.
It is. Our Veterans deserve all the praise we can offer.
Why are they named “Veteran’s Honor” ?
Hi Harry. Because that’s what the person who bread it named it. It’s also because it’s red for all the blood shed by Veterans.
Oh my, that is so beautiful
Ah, Tim, beautiful flowers and very aptly named.
Thanks, Marina. It has such a wonderful red.
A perfect rose. I can almost smell it, Tim. You and Laurie have such a beautiful place. Hugs on the wing.
Thanks, Teagan. We are having cold mornings up here. Light frost yesterday and today.
I had wondered. It hasn’t been cold enough to frost here, but into the mid 40s at night. I love it! 🙂
Pretty. The mini-reds at our other house (the old neighborhood) are in full bloom. Megan said the only critters that love them are the neighbor cats, laying next to them.
Our cats love lying under rose bushes.
A beautiful honor it is!
Stunning shots of very striking roses. What a great name!
Thank you, Tim!
Beautiful Tim … are they perfumed?