Every late spring/early summer I look forward to my roses blooming in that spectacular way that they do. Enjoy your roses and I hope they'll keep coming back and growing more and more for you to enjoy :)
Hi Sandra!I'm just curious...which place is that on the third picture? Is it a shop? An exibition, or something else? And is it in Berlin?Looks interesting. If it's in Berlin i would like to check it out!Have a great day!Inês
Inês > it's an exhibition at direktorenhaus.
your rose like being in Berlin :-)
snyggt med alla prylarna på väggen där!& tack för mejl!kram lilla wos
Are there no thorns on this Swedish rose?xx
Nice collection! Not having email is really tough. I hear you on that!
gina > there are, they are small and pretty soft ;)Kerry > the toughest was to take care of them all afterwards, i honestly enjoyed pretty much not being able to check them :)
uuuu, i love that 3rd photo, what ever there is. looks fascinating!good luck for the rose! i will take my bike now and go to see if there is something growing on my little plot..
Hallo again Sandra!Thanks!Direktorenhaus...i had never heard of it, but i'll stop by for sure. I already saw that last year in September they had a weaving artist and action there. Too bad, i would have liked to try in out.By the way, i'm a bit "jealous" of your rose...everything i planted so far didn't really grew. Well, expect for basil. At least my lemon tree is hanging in there. Need to improve my green-thumb skills!Liebe Grüße,Inês
i love the roses photo..! its looks like my mothers garden.
fin samling bild 3. "salming"... :)
Loooking at your blog and I just want to say all the stuff that you do is really wonderful. photos, ilustrations and the knitted stuff.x
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