Julia Phillips Smith
beautiful!! Wow, looks like it just popped up there :)
Actually, this is the art of making your garden look natural when you've put it all there yourself. My sister and I took cuttings from a roadside rosebush a few years ago, which I planted in the front yard. Then last year, our neighbors dug up their backyard to install a sizeable deck, and my mom - who loves rocks - transferred all the rocks they'd backhoed out of the yard and made a tumbledown drystone fence in our front yard. This year the rose grew up beside the rocks as if they'd both been there for ages.
I love the natural look. I wish I had a bigger garden to do this. Beautiful.
So pretty. :)
That is a beautiful plant. nice shot. Happy WW
That's really wonderful. You're a part of nature, too! Thank goodness because you have a lot of talent!
So lovely.I really like the crispness of the white flower against the gray rock. Very nice.
What a pretty flower amongst the rocks.
Beautiful. Soon everything will turn to fall colors and then die. Great WW post. Have a great day. :)
Beautiful! Happy WW!
I love wild roses. The cottage next to my in-laws' has a row of them planted and they smell heavenly whenever you walk by.
Interesting juxtaposition of the delicate white flower against the hard immovable rock. Lovely.
I love it when flowers grow in areas that show, only God could do that.
I love Rugosa roses.
that's so lovely! wonderful shot.happy WW
Beautiful flowers with those rocks. Great art!
Now that is incredibly beautiful.Blessings,~Toni~
This is the amazing parts of nature creation !
Lovely Picture Julia.
"A rose is a rose is a rose is a rose."Now Alice, be a dear, and make us some tea.
What a beautiful photo! The flower looks so pretty among the rocks.Mycrazylife
That's so pretty. So calm and serene.
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