Fragrant Rose Photo From An Early Morning Walk

Fragrant Rose Photo From An Early Morning WalkPhoto of a Fragrant Pink Rose in Bloom by Lisa Keating for EncinoMom.

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Here are some links you may find useful if you are considering adding roses to your garden. Roses love water. One gardener we know calls them drunkards because of their heavy water consumption!

You may also enjoy viewing these photos captured along the way. We are always watching for Encino in bloom.

Camellia photographed in the Japanese Garden by Warren Keating, photographer.

Variegated Camellia

Bee and Cherry Blossom.

Bee On Blossom

Morning stroll through the neighborhood with a dear friend and my new iphone.

Sweet Pea

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