Last of the garden

We are about to have new fences erected and a new patio built so everything down that side of the garden has to be removed! I have pots everywhere with plants I didn't want to lose and want to put back in when all the construction work is finished. This rose, called Leaping Salmon, is many years old and even if I could get it out in one piece it would probably not survive so I have taken cuttings and got my fingers tightly crossed. It's an absolute beauty with an amazing perfume that fills the house. The vase by the way belonged to my great great grandmother and I absolutely love it!
Lovely
posted September 14th, 2018  
I'll keep my fingers crossed too, it is a stunning rose and would be a pity if it did not survive. Beautiful colour and lighting.
posted September 14th, 2018  
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Wonderful composition, the vase, the roses, a little bird... Very pretty.
posted September 14th, 2018  
I always think that jug shaped vases are rather lovely. The flowers look so lovely - I do hope the Leaping Salmon as long as everything else , survives and adapt to their new home.
posted September 14th, 2018  
A lovely composition and pretty vase
posted September 14th, 2018  
Exciting plans & glad you have managed to save all your precious plants.
posted September 14th, 2018  
Beautiful display and wonderful shot....Fav
posted September 14th, 2018  
Beautifully composed :)
posted September 14th, 2018  
This is lovely.
posted September 14th, 2018  
Beautifully captured :) fav
posted September 14th, 2018  
Beautiful shot
posted September 14th, 2018  
This is a great still life – I love it. Fav.
posted September 15th, 2018  
FAV what a beautiful composition ! Good luck with the cuttings!
posted September 15th, 2018  
Cool picture.
posted September 15th, 2018  
Beautiful composition!
posted September 15th, 2018  
A lovely image with its softness
posted September 15th, 2018  
Lovely capture.
posted September 15th, 2018  
Lovely reminder of the garden’s beauty.
posted September 16th, 2018  
Gorgeous Rose. So many of them don't have the wonderful smell the older ones did. I hope you save it. I love the antique pitcher. What a great treasure.
posted September 16th, 2018  
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