Portorose,port of roses and its roses

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High summer certainly is not the time for roses but strolling Portorose on an.early morning I couldn’t resist not to take some pics.Portorose rosarium is not a  big one but it is quiet in the city centre
What is even nicer is the hole Portorose is planted with roses, flowering from.the beginning.of May till late summer as the climate here is mild.The only thing I would change not beehing just a visotor here is I would have all the roses named -and wish the tourists eould not steal these signs……….

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18 thoughts on “Portorose,port of roses and its roses

    1. I took these pictures early in the morning indeed,I just like walking my dog down there when tourists still have their brekfeast and the main street is somewhat empty and roses prepare for a new hot day at the sea……

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  1. The darkish pink one with a ton of petals looks like a Gertrude Jeckyll rose. I also thought that the red one with a ton of petals was a L.D.Braiwaithe. Other than that I just call them pretty flowers.
    The pictures are lovely and I am jealous at seeing all those roses in one area. I only see a few varieties around here.

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    1. Many rose-labels were stolen ,so I took pics of roses without their names which intrigued me, too.But I am pleased you do like them,thanks for your comment!
      All the best,
      Tamara

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  2. tamara, I love your photography (especially these roses – gorgeous) and have been enjoying reading through your articles. My associates and I would love to feature some of your work on our blog, Urban Gardens NYC (http://urbangardensnyc.wordpress.com/). If you’d like to guest-author an article for our blog or submit a few photos for us to feature, go ahead and send me an email – we’d be happy to feature your work!

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    1. Urban Gardens NYC blog is just about what makes me think a lot-the impact gardens can have on community,not only by providing healthy environment but above all as public places where new forms of learning may take place.According to your invitation:yes, I would absolutely like to guest-author an article for your blog.May I kindly please you to give me your e-mail where I could talk with you about the topic I would propose and where I could send you the article?

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