Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
Ha, ha, is that a lily rose? Seriously, your roses are gorgeous. I've heard they are a lot of work to achieve this beautiful of a success. Sam
so life is coming up beautifully right now eh? smiles.
I really like the "old roses" They are so simple and elegant.
And isn't it great to have those windows open again? Lovely roses!
Lovely roses, but I'm most impressed by your orchids on the table. Perfect.
Sam, the roses I have are survivors -- I don't use sprays so they have to be tough -- and I have to accept a certain amount of attrition.The orchids have been a great success. I fertilize them two or three time a month but the main thing is that they like that particular window.
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