Roses forum: Early Morning Shadows make roses look different.

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Name: Toni
Denver Metro (Zone 5a)
Whiskey Tango Foxtrot.
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Sep 28, 2010 9:30 AM CST
Well, maybe not weird, but definitely dark.

Tuscan Sun.

Paradise looks lovely in the shade, IMO.
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But then the sun starts to peek over the neighbor's house.
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Same w/Montezuma. First in shadows, then suntouched.

Sterling Silver is still in complete shadows.
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And the early morning shade makes Singin' the Blues so very dark.
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And I know that this isn't a bunch of roses, but here's one of my hibiscus almost hidden by the New England Purple Asters.
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Roses are one of my passions! Just opened, my Etsy shop (to fund my rose hobby)!

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