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Monday, November 08, 2010


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Erika B

So pretty! The frost has reached our country too and you just know you have to try and capture it with your camera.

Erika B


Some people have roses, here. They do require a lot more work and attention.


Rose hips are the fruit of roses. If you don't deadhead your plants, they will put their energy into making fruit. That is why most gardeners will advise you to keep cutting off the old blooms in the spring/summer to get more blooms. If you leave the old ones on, you'll get rosehips!


Very, very pretty. I like the sharp focus on the bud and the soft focus behing.

Dances Of Dreams

Gorgeous photo of the rose, and rose seed!


There is an interactive map of First Frost Dates in North Carolina at http://www.plantmaps.com/interactive-north-carolina-first-frost-date-map.php

KC Photog Blog

beautiful shot.

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