Remember my post from two days ago? Sad that ONLY on June 10 we had some 'Oma Roses'... My prized rose bushes that I have from my paternal grandmother. We never knew the name for this beautiful rose, but thanks to friend Bea from Modern Country Lady the mistery got resolved! Even though she was extremely busy all week with all the publicity she suddenly got, she did tip me. As a Pet Parent all of her fur babies have made it into the
A Pocket Guide to Roses shows The Queen Elizabeth Rose on Page 160.
All-America Roses shows The Queen Elizabeth rose on Page 69.
Our Queen Elizabeth Floribunda Rose...
Here are two lovely Dutch books about roses, that were mailed to me by my brother Harry and sister-in-law Elly in 2009.
I did grow up near Lottum where every 2 years there is a Rose Festival see Rozendorp.
That said, you know a bit more about my love for roses...
On a rainy day such books are a super 'pick-me-up' with all their romantic ideas!
When the roses from the garden have wilted away; then the silver roses give you joy...
This excellent book Rosen-Bestecke by Johanna Gehrlein, with lots of high quality photos for identifying your romantic silver flatware is available as Rosen-Bestecke.
Now you know a lot more about me... but I think I inherited that love for roses!