Saturday, June 1, 2013

Constance Spry

My David Austin rose is full of blooms this year.


I wish that Constance Spry bloomed all year, but it only blooms in the spring




I had the trellis built so I could have a place to sit and be surronded by the
smell of the roses.


more pink

Sarah Bernhardt peony
along our driveway

And a Mama Robin update
she lets me get about 4 feet from her and seems to not be bothered by me
look someones eyes are open!
I have so enjoyed watching them on my front porch
Dad comes and bring worms, and with all the rain it has been a good buffet for them!

Happy Saturday
Stay safe, we had bad weather in St. Louis but no one was hurt.



23 comments:

Lottie said...

What a beautiful pink Saturday! Your roses are gorgeous as all your pinks! Wow, what great pictures of the robin family. Have a great week!

Paulette said...

I'll be right over to sit a spell and be surrounded by your stunning roses. The photo of the bricks, twigs, and rose petals it sensational. You found peace and joy in your backyard.

LV said...

A great post and one I truly enjoyed. Two of my favorite things, beautiful roses and a new born baby birds.

Dawn@ We Call It Junkin.com said...

Hi Ann! Thanks for visiting me and your sweet comments. I popped over to return the visit and I just LOVE your website! Beautiful photos, and a gorgeous wallpaper! I really love your Paris bedroom, what a nice memory from your honeymoon. I'll follow you as well, thanks again. Blessings to you - Dawn @ We Call It Junkin

Claudia said...

The roses are gorgeous. I have roses but no David Austins, though I would love to add some to my gardens. My peonies haven't opened yet but will in the next week.

A few years ago I was working in Wisconsin and there was a robin's
nest right outside my door - I was lucky to be able to witness the whole process, from egg laying to fledging - it was amazing!

Thanks so much for joining in this week!

xo
Claudia

ImSoVintage said...

Your roses are so beautiful. definitely one of my favorite scents. How precious are those baby birds.
hugs,
Laura

The Quintessential Magpie said...

First of all, those roses are GORGEOUS. I can definitely see building a trellis to house them so you can sit under there and be surrounded by the beauty. I bet it smells divine, too.

And that robin family is precious.

XO,

Sheila

Sharon @ Elizabeth & Co. said...

You have such a lovely garden! And those baby birds - so sweet!

Shelia said...

Hi Ann! oh, your roses are just gorgeous! They look so full of petals they almost look like peonies. How sweet to watch the little bird family - love it. Thanks for popping in to see me.
be a sweetie,
Shelia :)

GinaBVictorian said...

Hi Ann, your arbor is lovely with those beautiful pink roses all over it! Wow! All of your flowers are pretty! Oh, and the robin family, how cute it that?! Thanks for showing us that. Have a great weekend! Gina

NanaDiana said...

My gosh, Ann- I am so so so jealous. Your roses and other plantings are just so beautiful! And look at those babies- xo Diana

Susie said...

Ann, I truly love all your roses. They are so tall. Poor Robins...I am amazed at how fast the babies grow and fly away.xoxo,Susie

Karen Mary Butterfly said...

Some of my favorite flowers only bloom once a year. Maybe that's part of what makes them so special. Your roses are gorgeous!
Karen

ann said...

I would like to sit and smell the roses, too. Your trellis is beautiful with the beautiful climber. I started a David Austin last year, hoping that it fills out as beautifully as yours. You will be taking time to smell the roses, won't you.

Rose H (UK) said...

Hi Ann! What gorgeous roses :o)
They look beautiful blooming over and around your arbour, a tranquil place to sit.
The robin family look very healthy and happy. Ours have now flown the nest, such a joy to watch the parents building and feeding the little ones.
Hope you enjoy the rest of the weekend.
Rose H
x

Pam~ Virginia Retro said...

So beautiful, I would want to spend all my time sitting and smelling your gorgeous roses! You do have a green thumb Ann!

Sweet mama robin and babies! They do get used to you, we had a house wren build her nest & have babies on our front door overhang. So cute!

Sue McPeak said...

My goodness, but those are beautiful roses and the arbor is stunning. I love climbing roses and your photos are stunning.

Great shots of Ms.Robin and her babies. They are really entertaining to watch, and an amazing lesson in nature and parenting.

Happy Pink Saturday...on Sunday!!!

Sue CollectInTexasGal~Today's Post~
Here Comes The Stinking Bride

Anita said...

Ann, what gorgeous flowers you have!! Love your roses so much and the beautiful pink peony. My mom has some that she gave me blooms from this year. Thanks for stopping by too:-)

Debbie said...

Beautiful flowers! Love all the pink blooms! We have a Robin nesting in one of our window boxes. Enjoy your gardens, they are so pretty, Ann.
xo

Laura Ingalls Gunn said...

Oh I am so envious of your gorgeous roses! That mama robin is pretty spectacular too. :)

Curtains in My Tree said...

everyone roses are so happy with all this rain and cool weather

did you go to the Gypsy caravan in st Louis last weekend ? I didn't go this year because I had been in the city the day before shopping the resale clothing stores

Susan Clayton said...

I will be featuring your post as my one of my favorites this week at Pink Saturday. Very inspiring!

sweetvintageofmine said...

Evening Ann, your roses and peonies are beautiful!! Such a gorgeous pink~~~the birdies are so special...I have one in a nest on my front porch! It is in a fern! Like you, I so enjoy hearing and seeing it being fed. Have a wonderful weekend, Blessings~~~Roxie