Saint Paul, Minnesota -- Hosted by Stan and Kathleen Rolfsrud
Tuesday, June 25, 2013
A little sunshine goes a long way after a season-long drenching. Exotic and colorful rose hybrids and teas, discarded here long ago, have taken firm root on the pond bank. Their commercially grafted branches are gone so the plants have reverted to their native untended state, producing this perennial display of wild red roses for us to enjoy. They now thrive without care, hidden from public view by a huge Black Hills Spruce.