Actually not just on roses but on everything. For the last two nights it has rained and for a couple of hours during the day yesterday and most of the day today – I am very happy!
So when I went outside to take my photos for bloomday it was under the protection of an umbrella. It wasn’t raining too hard and it was so god to see and feel the rain; the umbrella was more to keep the camera dry. Today it is windy which isn’t so good, I want rain, soft and gentle to soak right into the soil. Temperatures yesterday and today haven’t risen above 20° C. It almost feels like winter, but it is so nice to feel cool; to go to bed and pull the sheet around me rather than throw it off in an attempt to be cool.
Next week the temperatures are set to rise again, but only during the day, at night it will be cool. Even during the day it should just be pleasantly warm to work outside.
All the blooms this month have raindrops on their petals, for some this makes them even more beautiful.
To see what else is flowering in My Hesperides Garden in mid September, please click on the image below.
To enjoy what’s flowering in gardens around the world, some just entering spring and others beginning to look autumnal, visit Carol at May Dreams Garden,