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The rose garden.  My favourite spot.


  1. Beautiful! Love the contrasting red dots.

    1. It was nice for me to be able to show a formal garden for a change Jose.

  2. I've really been enjoying the scenes you have been sharing.

  3. It is beautiful, but ... very orderly.

    1. Orderly. As you know my garden(s) are wild and I love them but in my heart I think I like orderly I just know I can't achieve it.

  4. I want one of them in my garden, I don't mean the roses.

    1. Yeh that's what I need to get an orderly garden! But I had a gardener once and he make is even less like my ideal.


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