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So glad that you found me! My blog is about everything I love like gardening, decorating my home & garden and crafting. Although I'm from Germany I write my blog in English so that hopefully every visitor can read it. Hope you'll stay a while and will leave me a comment so that I know that you were here! xoxo Carola

Saturday, June 17, 2006

Back to pink!



15 comments:

Lady Laurie said...

Dear Carol,
Just wanted to pop in and say hello~always enjoy your photos of your garden. You should send your photos to one of those gardening magazines,they really look so professional!

Dawn said...

Wow, Carol..these are amazing!!! soooo beautiful!

gena said...

wow Carol! fabulous,fabulous,fabulous!is that last rose a climbing Albertine?

Mrs. Staggs said...

Carol , these are the prettiest photos yet! My goodness how lovely!

snappy said...

Lovely pictures as ever, what is the purple plant beneath the rose on the last photo?I want some balls like yours.They are perfect compliment for flowers.Is your foxglove really pink?Mine is purple with white spots inside the flower.

judypatooote said...

I love the rose with the drops of water on it....beautiful Carol....

mommy22ss said...

What beautiful pictures!

Naturegirl said...

Carol these are pink jewels!! Particulary the third photo..it sparkles!

Sigrun said...

Hi Carol, I'm back! And I like your pink roses. This Astratia, which one is it?

Sigrun

Daisy Lupin said...

Glad you enjoyed your walk down the bridle path to the churchyard on my blog. I do love the photo of the rose with the raindrops on it. What is that incredible flower in the photo above the rose, it is architecturally exqusite.

PEA said...

Your garden belongs in those gardening magazines you can buy...such amazing flowers!!!

Leslie said...

I have enjoyed your blog so much. Your garden is so interesting, and so is your home! I love all the garden decor!

Carol said...

Nope Gena can't be it because it's not a climber, that's for sure!

Snappy it's the Allium Globemaster beneath the rose.

The flower in the third photo is called "Astrantia major"

I'm so enjoying to read all your comments! Thank you so much for taking the time and for your ever so kind words! :D

Sandy said...

Loving the flower shots and the ring. Well done:)

boliyou said...

The Rokoko rose is stunning!

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