Friday, April 24, 2009

Rosy Walk

Last October, I featured photos from Steele Indian School Park in central Phoenix. I was there this weekend and noticed that the rose bushes were in full bloom. The rose bushes line the central walkway that leads north and south from a central water fountain feature.

The roses were amazing and I’m so glad I saw them before it turns hot and the blooms melt away.

Tomorrow I’ll show you some of the gorgeous blooms.

6 comments:

JM said...

This is lovely! They look like small 'rose trees'! :-)

susieofarabia said...

That is so pretty, Sharon. Looking forward to some closeups!

Abe Lincoln said...

That must be a beautiful place to walk. I like to see roses but they are a pain to grow.

Such wonderful places, so different from where I have lived. The Hamlet of Gordon, Ohio is where I was born and raised and it is how small hamlets used to be and this one still exists.

The Hamlet of Gordon

Jarart said...

I like the way they trimmed the bushes to become little trees. So pretty. Did they have the lovely rose fragrance? Some roses don't.

Sharon said...

Hi Judy, yes I could smell the lovely "rose" scent when I got close to the bushes.

Lisa Wilson said...

How unique! Love it!