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09-Aug-2019 Yvonne

Last of the Winter Roses.

At home in the rose garden.

The day I featured Charles Mallerin (deep red roses) there were others in full bud
that I cut the day after for another vase.. so lucky I did because we've had some
awful weather that would have smashed the blooms. There were 5 different roses
in the vase, but this photo only features 4, the main one being the David Austin
rose "Ambridge Rose" and above it "Judy's Song" a section of "Souv. de la Mailmaison"
and up the top is "General Gallieni". The missing rose "Devoniensis".
Each day the blooms have opened up further, keeping
"Charles Mallerin" company creating a delightful fragrance throughout the room.

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Tom LeRoy10-Aug-2019 15:06
A beautiful still life of these delicate roses. I can imagine the sweet scent! V
Patricia Kay10-Aug-2019 09:45
There is nothing as beautiful as a vase of roses Von...and these are beauties...BV
DeMorcan10-Aug-2019 01:41
Alluring study in pink
Mairéad09-Aug-2019 20:32
Love the harmoniously shades of pink. Weather is being unkind to the roses here now, even though it's still the height of summer. V
Walter Otto Koenig09-Aug-2019 16:30
Beautiful roses. So nicely composed. "V"
Martin Lamoon09-Aug-2019 14:34
I wish my summer ones looked this good, they are being battered by high winds and thunderstorms.
Ceya09-Aug-2019 14:33
Superb shot, Yvonne! Lovely colours! V!
borisalex09-Aug-2019 11:35
A very beautiful Bouquet 💐! V
joseantonio09-Aug-2019 04:13
such a lovely capture.V.
Gill Kopy09-Aug-2019 04:01
How lovely to have a vase of such beautiful roses - I'm sure makes all the work worthwhile. V
laine09-Aug-2019 03:29
Lovely to have a mixed bunch, especially during your extreme event...our trees are starting to move but it's still 24c which is a lot higher than the south right now :)
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