Absolutely divine ... My garden's absolutely trashed in the gales, but can't face going out to rescue anything! Hope it turns out nice! Xxx
How beautiful they are and yu are so right to pick them and enjoy them inside - who knows when we can get outside? Lovely x
So beautiful and delicate.Love your field of buttercups! :0)
Such gorgeousness - 6.30 am though *phew* not for the faint hearted!Great rescuing and have a lovely weekend,Nina xxx
Love your new header .. absolutely gorgeous
the wind and rain have flattened everything in the garden....well done for geting some of yours into the house where you can enjoy them.xxx
Is that a David Austin rose? My sisters birthday is on St Swithuns day and I believe she has just bought herself one.louise
The buttercups are so happy and sunshiney!!Great idea to bring the lovely roses in.Hope your weather picks up soon.Have a happy week.
Simply beautiful. You have done the right thing and you can enjoy them all weekend. x
They look lovely! I love your new header pic too, that's where I grew up! I know just where you took the photo as I took one very similar a few days ago from the same spot!!
Aren't they superb!
really beautiful steph ;0)xAs i walk through the park on the school runs i have been quite sad at the roses and foxgloves laying damaged and brown tinged from all the rain...i think it has just got a bit too wet for the new flowering june flowers.but i have never seen the park so green and lush- the tree's really have taken over and they do look so magnificent ;0)happy weekend to you x
p.s the header meadow and landscape- just stunning!!!!! i hadnt noticed it b4 as my laptop does take its time to load the entire blog picture ;0)
They are still beautiful! I too have needed to rescue lots of flowers, when will our summer arrive! :)
Beautiful roses Steph. You did the right thing. I picked quite a few yesterday too as they were all drooping on the ground and I thought there's no way we'll get the chance anytime soon to sit out there and look at the roses so they might as well come in with us. Have a great weekend wet or dry. Lisa X
How absolutely gorgeous. The best I could come up with was dandelions. My four year old boy did pick one and give it to me with a kiss so I suppose that could be considered better than roses anyday. xx Susan
Hi Steph, where is the picture at the top of your blog header taken? I'm Derbyshire born and bred(living in Oxford now), I'm sure I recognise the location. Please put me out of my misery!Love you blog btw, my peonies didn't even bother to flower this year :(Kate
beautiful! I'm sure they smell lovely too. Love your field full of buttercups at the top, looks great.
that is remarkable. Today, husband and I suggested "what is English?" His immediate response was the music of Elgar, particularly Enigma Variations (with, of coure Nimrod) and my immediate response was "a medow filled with buttercups!" Margaret P
i have been day dreaming of rain here in the midwest USA. We are in the midst of a terrible drought. trees are dying, the ground is cracked. I love reading about the rain on your blog... posts some pictures of rain when you get a chance ...
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