Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Wordless Wednesday - A Rose


Would you believe this Rose is more than 50 years old? It is a descendant from a rose from Great Grandpa D's garden. It has been carefully potted and moved with my FIL and MIL on every move of theirs. I will be asking for a clipping to start my own descendant rose when we move. Of course this isn't the greatest photo, I was just playing around.
















3 comments:

  1. It is beautiful! I think the photo is great! I love the story behind the rose. How special that rose must be! :)

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  2. Gorgeous. Make sure to let us know how you go about taking your cutting and the results you have... I'd love to do this.

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  3. You know those green thumbs, they sure know how to make a heart rose... ;-)

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