mardi 19 octobre 2010


Autumn's last roses are still blooming brightly. Isn't this a romantic view over vines and roses?

If you don't know allready you might like to know why does one frequently see rosebushes beside the vine. The roses and the vine suffer from the same diseases. So, if the rosebushes are affected it is time to treat the vines.

Quel paysage magnifique sur les vignobles et les dernières roses de l'automne. Je suppose que tout le monde sait pourquoi les vignerons cultivent les rosiers à côtè des vignes? Les rosiers et les vignes attrapent les mêmes maladies. Donc, si vos rosiers se portent mal, il est temps de traiter vos vignes!

5 commentaires:

Sara Louise a dit…

I didn't know that about the roses and the vines, that's an interesting fact.
Just found you via expat-blog and wanted to pop by and say hi :-)

Airelle a dit…

Hello Sara Louise, nice to see you here. I hope I'll find other interesting things to write about for you and other readers :-)

Margaret a dit…

what gorgeous photos :)
great blog!
loving the posts
stop by some time xx
take a peek at my giveaway while you're at it!

Debbie a dit…

I love your blog! Je vous remercie!! Do you have a newsletter I can sign up for?
Also, I have taken several photos of vineyards with the rosebush at the end of a row, wondering why it was there! It is so nice to now know.
Debbie at

Airelle a dit…

Hello Debbie, nice to see you here. I took a look at your very informative web site, good work!
sorry, I haven't yet got around to thinking about a newsletter, but it's a good idea, maybe in a near future. thanks and see you soon!