Saturday, January 29, 2011

Roses are red





This particular "variety" produces more than one flower at the end of a flower-bearing branch, often three. Often the flower buds open one after another, but sometimes all three or two of them, can open simultaneously. The flowers produces strong rosy smell, which is blended with a tinge of fragrance.

2 comments:

Mawar said...

Prof Purple

My love is like a red, red rose.
I will always love this one!

purplemelastoma said...

Dr. Mawar,

To rose-adoring people, red (at least pink) fits the name 'rose' most compared to other colours.