I thought I would share the last of the first blush of roses with you. It was a promising start before an unusual freeze this spring, but we have enjoyed a few gorgeous displays so far.
The white roses produced the best, but I have gathered up more colorful roses of a different kind to keep them company.
It's been awhile since I sat in the garden with a few of my favorite teacups and prints. I have layered an old vintage curtain of roses underneath.
I posted about the PARIS in BLOOM book earlier in the season, and just had to possess the other rose book by Georgianna Lane, VINTAGE ROSES. Such a treat!
The perfect time of day for a little break under the trees at the end of another beautiful May.
This vintage panel only sees sunshine a couple of times of year as if it has its own spring and summer blooming. . . .
We may be far from the ocean, but a little bit of sea glass blue keeps things cool before a long hot week ahead settles in.
Thanks for joining me and my vintage roses for a cheery soiree under the cottonwood trees!
So nice that you stopped by!
Wishing you many rosey days ahead!