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Crimson Stinkers

Posted by terrepruitt on April 17, 2020

We’ve had a couple of days of sun which helped with the opening up of our rose. We have two rose bushes. The oranges ones and the “Crimson Stinkers”. I woke up this morning and these were set out for me. I love having flowers in the house.

I am sharing our roses on for this Friday Photo.  How was your Friday?

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4 Responses to “Crimson Stinkers”

  1. I’m sure there’s a moral here about don’t just a flower by it’s nickname. These are beautiful. There’s something very uplifting about fresh flowers, totally agree 🌹
    Stay safe and I hope this week is kind to you lovely.
    Caz xx

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    • I don’t even know where my husband got that nickname. He has just always called them that so that is what I call them. Ha! They are really pretty. I am happy with them this year because they used to be really weak, the stems could support the blossom and they would just flop over. But now the stems are able to support the blossom. I didn’t used to cut them and bring them in. In fact an entire batch that could have been harvested didn’t come in the house because I didn’t realize they had gotten stronger. You stay safe, too. Thanks for visiting!

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  2. BriN said

    Goshh they are GORGEOUS. Are they really called Crimson “Stinkers”?😶


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