Oh yes, we have roses in our garden; you can see them here for example:http://gegenliebe.blogspot.com/2010/09/wunder-der-wirklichkeit.htmlThe last one of 2010 I took in in December, you can see it here:http://gegenliebe.blogspot.com/2010/12/spiegelschrift.htmlWe had a lot of snow until January 5; now it's water and water and water.
This picture is amazing Janie.Have a nice week:)Greetings, Berit.
Stefanie, I will definitely check out your garden today. Thank you.Berit:Your skies are looking lovely there along with the deep cold snow. Thanks again,
That's funny you posted about roses. Just yesterday I was thinking about my grandmother who had a climbing yellow rose outside her back door. I have visualized them, but I couldn't remember if they had a scent or not. They only bloomed once during the year, much like Celia Brunner roses. They are a very real memory for me.
Beautiful photo!! I do not have Rose's but my grandmother used to grow the most beautiful and she always seemed to catch me when I was tempted to pick one. Thanks for this post - you brought back great memories for me!
Yes! and I love the smell of roses :)
Becky,I love hearing your stories from childhood about your family and your turf. Thanks for posting your comments.SouthernSass,I think everyone is tempted to pick the roses, or flowers. In previous house I saw people picking my roses. Children included. Mariann,Do you have roses in Denmark? I too enjoy the fragrances, and the multi colors of them. Thanks for stopping by.
Do you know...our rose bushes are still giving us beautiful roses! In fact, there is a rose hanging on the bush outside my kitchen window that bloomed on Christmas Eve and is still there! It's old now - like a dear old granny - but I just can't believe how long it's been greeting me each day. This from a bush whose roses normally last no longer than 3 days!Thanks for you kind words about my kitty! He is doing better and better each day!!!Blessings!Ann
I think the rose is the Queen of flowers - this one is just beautiful - Well done
What beautiful light!
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