Rose ‘Lark Ascending’
There is Lark Ascending, Gertrude Jekyll and an unknown very pale pink, almost white rose. It has a delicious rose scent and a delicate appearance which is endearing but it does seem to drop its petals rather quickly.
Then there are the tiny dahlias. I have picked the small dark pom-poms and Arabian Night. There is a couple of the pink Cosmos and Sanguisorba. A miniature bunch suited to the tiny vase which belonged to Heather, much missed.
We needed the rain. So if you have a bunch of flowers to pick in your garden why not bring them inside and share the image with Cathy the host of this meme. https://ramblinginthegarden.wordpress.com Be sure to send a link back to her site. Have a good week.
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