Friday, June 17, 2011

Joseph’s Coat



My wife and I saw this beautiful climbing rose at the nursery the other day.
It reminded her of one that grew wild at her childhood home.
It’s planted now.

























11 comments:

nouvelles couleurs - vienna atelier said...

:-) very nice the rose and the feeling of childwood from your wife...
very nice

greetings from here

William Michaelian said...

Treasured times, then and now. Thank you, Laura, and greetings on your magical return.

Bitch said...

Lovely rose.
Beautiful and wild ....

William Michaelian said...

And I love the name. Thank you, Monika.

Aleksandra said...

Joseph’s Coat is a mighty good name for a rose!! You inspired me to sneak in the main garden of the building I live in,early in the wet,wet morning,I had my gypsy dress on with huge,red flowers on and red hooded jumper,and it felt so good to roam around the long wild grasses getting all wet and I took few examples of yellow rose that stood proudly in a middle of forgets,greeting me joylessly and few cuts of a light rose climber,hop[e I can cultivate them on my balcony! No one saw me and it felt so good! :O)

William Michaelian said...

I love it! That’s the kind of report I like to hear. Let me know what happens....

Aleksandra said...

I will! :)

Aleksandra said...

Darn!!! The white rabbit saw me!!Sitting in the midst of the foggy garden silently witnessing my arrival... And now it disappeared from the garden,I saw his owners call for anyone who saw him....

William Michaelian said...

Ah-ha, the spirits are alive in your wonderland....

Aleksandra said...

I am wondering who else wanders next to me around these gardens....it was an old hospital ,many berths,healing s and deaths ...

William Michaelian said...

As many, I’m sure, as petals on the rose.