Sunday, April 11, 2010

TODAY'S FLOWERS ~ After the Rain

A pansy survivor (3 years in a pot) smiling after a soakig.




















A look into the gentlle heart of one of my favourite old world
roses 'Souvenir de la Malmaison', The Empress Josephine's
renowned rose garden.



With a littlle imagination, you too can breathe in her magical
perfume.
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The Logo on the right will open a world of flowers.
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Thanks to our wonderful Flower Team, we can share and enjoy this marvellous meme.

20 comments:

  1. What exquisite captures of your gorgeous flowers, Arija! Beautiful colors! Hope your weekend has gone well!

    Sylvia

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  2. Both pictures are so lovely.Yes,I can imagine that lovely rose fragrance.Have a beautiful day my friend.
    Blessings,Ruth

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  3. Your pansy is a lovely survivor and the rose is wonderful with it's full crinkly petals which are so lush.

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  4. When I clicked on the picture I was suddenly overwhelmed with the wonderful smell of roses. Thanks.
    Sure glad you got that rain.

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  5. Very beautiful and pretty flowers.

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  6. Arija 3 years in a pot! You certainly have given that pansy lots of loving care! Oh my I adore the old world rose you show today!!
    Be still my heart!Pink frills always close to this girls heart!

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  7. Love the pansies and the beautiful rose.

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  8. Hi Arija, troppo belli questi fiori, un vero peccato non poterne sentire il profumo !
    Molto belli questi scatti !
    Buona domenica :-)
    Myriam

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  9. I'm breathing in!!! Gorgeous!

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  10. The pansy is a real survivor, lovely macro of the rose.

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  11. The rose is beautiful! I did not know pansies could live for three years! And still blooming!!

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  12. I'm glad you got some rain, even though it was too late for so much of your garden. It seems that all of Australia is in need of fresh water from the skies. I am also saddened that your heart is causing you grief again. I hope the Docs can do something to help. And thanks for the beautiful shots of the flowers in the rain. They are special!

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  13. Your pansy is a beautiful survivor! I have long wanted to try Souvenir de la Malmaison. Such a romantic-looking rose.

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  14. Beautiful flower shots.
    Is it raining there?
    Here, in Rio de Janeiro, it´s raining a lot.
    Luiz Ramos

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  15. I love those heirloom roses...I have a couple, Abram Darby and Gertrude-something--very full-petalled and delicate. Yours are absoluely gorgeous.

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  16. Beautiful photos, thanks for sharing your flowers this way :)

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  17. I like the rose, so pink and feminine.

    How are you feeling today?

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