Pink Knockouts and Blaze roses.
With our mild winter here in central Wisconsin, roses are in their heyday, some from two weeks to six weeks early. My climbers, William Baffin, Blaze, John Cabot and the likely Pierre du Ronsard (still not sure on that one), are in full bloom. My Pink Knockouts are also kicking it, too. Giving it up as the last members of the family rosa to bloom, ninebarks, potentillas, as brambles are also adding to the show. Joining in the fray are the early blooming clematis and peonies. The geraniums also are starting to look nice. Enjoy the pictures!
Pierre du Ronsard or Eden rose.
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Geranium 'Tiny Monster'
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Dappled Willow - 'Hakuro Nishiki'