I'd rather be gardening myself but spring is being stubborn here in the Midwest. Lovely rose. Enjoy!XO,Jane
Such an elegant rose!
How lucky you are to have such a beautiful rose. My pansies were covered with three inches of snow this afternoon.
Beautiful first bloom, Jo! Have fun gardening-xo Diana
what a lovely shade of rose!our daffodills bloomed, andthen it turned COLD again.
A beautiful rose Jo. Hope it smells as sweet as it looks. Enjoy your gardening before it gets too hot. xo Danielle
I won't be seeing one of those from my yard for another three months -- this is just lovely!
I wish I could garden, but the oak pollen is fierce right now. Maybe in a few weeks.I haven't been visiting much either. Haven't had the heart to of late. I do try, though. Glad to se you posting.XO,Sheila
Gorgeous rose-I bet it scents and brightens the whole home.Have a good week.
Oh I am so jealous!!! What a beautiful rose!!! Soon I will see mine...the snow is slowly going away....:) Enjoy the blossom...<3
Thank you for sharing the first rose with us.What a beauty she is,natures masterpiece.I love the colour tooit is simply peachy.hugs and spring blessings JoSharon
It is splendid! And I bet it smells so sweet...Happy Easter weekend to you, dear Jo!Hugs,- Irina
Dropping back by to wish you a very Happy Easter, my friend! XO,Sheila
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