|Falling in Love is bi-colorand fragrant.|
First I photographed two Falling in Love roses for a couple at the Evangelical college nearby. They were both in my classes.
I thought that was rather cold to send photos of roses, so I decided to deliver them to the future bride, who was away on choir tour. It's a good thing I checked or withering roses might have greeted her.
I looked over Falling in Love, a row of roses in our main rose garden. Several were looking good for a Monday bloom, but I boosted the chances with buckets of stored rainwater plus a general watering. I have learned that a direct water for each rose is very important.
Today two Falling in Love roses were perfect for the vase, and a rare Bride's Dream was exceptional. Bride's Dream ended up in the circle around the maple tree, so it gets more shade and competes for water. Still, the rose has great blooms every so often.
Falling in Love is pink with a white back, while Bride's Dream is the same pink all over.
California Dreamin' is like Double Delight in coloring, with pink and yellow coloring.