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My 'Roses in a Chest' Roseart

Posted by ron_and_susan z8 GA (My Page) on
Thu, Mar 18, 10 at 10:55

I used a lot of pairs and a lot of pink and pink blends in this work. The roses I used are Carribbean (4), Spice So Nice (2), Sunstruck(bloom and Bud), Anais (2), Baptiste Lafaye (Bloom and Bud), Cerise Bouquet (2), Emely Vigorosa (2), Gem of the Prairies (2), Karlsruhe (2), Marriotta (2), Neon (2), Party Trick (2), Fairfield Pink Cluster (2), Bayes Legacy (2),Poema (2), Camelia Rose, Puccini, Peachblow, and last Griseldis.Enjoy--Ron


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RE: My 'Roses in a Chest' Roseart

Very pretty --

Florence


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RE: My 'Roses in a Chest' Roseart

Wow!!! The chest is so unusual. I never would have thought of using something like that as a vase for roses. I always am so impressed by your choice of vases!!

The whole collection of roses seems perfectly suited. And I really like your dark background.

Thanks!
Carol


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