Last call for the pink climbing rose!
“Pick me, pick me,” she claimed! “I am bright and beautiful and will be splendid in an arrangement!”
She is right….
Right smack-dab in the center. Her beauty shines today!
I LOVE it! Great display she does shine~ Hugs, Diane
That needs no words......... It is perfect beauty! You are gifted....
Yes, she shines there because everything is so nicely neutral around her. What a beauty!
gorgeous, what a way to brighten a day
Such a lovely pop of color and softness paired withe the white dishes. You always make it look so easy!
Just a lovely shot. The pink rose is divine!!
I have missed my blue plumbago blooming this summer...this heat destroyed everybody's.Sad!! Love the picture!!Cindy from Rick-Rack and Gingham
A rose is a rose, and that she is! What a beauty! :)Hugs,Maryjane
Beautiful...what is the blue flower..kind of looks like phlox?
Simple, yet elegant!!!
How gorgeous! These photos make me smile!
Those last roses of the season are always the most special! Enjoy!Kat :)
Such a gorgeous pop of color mixed in with your whites.
I love the beautiful blue flowers and roses. Its great to see them. My garden is so sad looking right now its supposed to be a frost tonight. That will be the end of everything pretty for now. Maybe it will revive with the Asters and mums.I have to say here how sorry I am for your loss. I understand completely. Janice
Lovely arrangement of flowers. Have a nice weekend.
Love all the white on white, STUNNING! and the pink rose, beautiful!
BeckyThe flowers make such a statement against the all white background.So pretty!
Mmmm, pink roses, my favorite! And is that phlox with it? I love the scent of those, I have some by my back door:>)
So sweet and pretty in the mason jar.just darling.Jessica
oh Becky soooo beautiful, I am so jealous. I have fried roses, the ones that are left on the bushes.I planted a lot of knock out roses last year they were suppose to be so easy to grow and could stand a drought. Some of them I really don't think are going to make it.Oh well I tried. Back in the early 80's I had some really pretty roses, but it just seems too hot of summers and too cold of winters.
Hi Becky....your rose is beautiful tucked in that exquisite vase :) Just my style! I use those canning jars for drinking glasses as well. Blessings on your weekend.
So very pretty and I just love the use of the jar. So country. :) Kit
You are inspiring me to pick one of our few remaining rose blooms; that is a pretty bouquet, and that looks like plumbago (?) with your pink beauty.I mailed a package to you Friday, 9/16/11 (top secret).
Yes, these are clippings from my Plumbago plant - the blue flowers. I love it in arrangements and it is very easy to grow!!xxo
My beautiful pink roses our gone for now. I enjoyed visiting your blog and photos.
Thank you for sharing your last rose. The last ones always seem more precious.
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