>Wordless Wednesday – My Most Fragrant Rose

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“Double Delight” – Hybrid Tea
Taken: August 2010

“You can’t light a candle to show others the way without feeling the warmth of the bright little ray. And you can’t give a rose, all fragrant with dew without part of its fragrance remaining with you”….Helen Steiner Rice

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5 Responses to >Wordless Wednesday – My Most Fragrant Rose

  1. matron says:

    >This is such a lovely rose and the verse is so sweet,love it.I am starting a rose garden this year,would welcome your recommendations for fragrant roses,in a variety of colours.They would have to be hardy,to suit our climate.Any advice would be most welcome.Carolyn.

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  2. Katydid says:

    >What a beautiful rose. I am SO ready to see my roses again. I plan to enlarge my little rose garden. I would like to work in some flowers among them. Any suggestions?Kelly

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  3. Roger says:

    >Very nice macro! And a cool take on life. Thanks for visiting.

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  4. debsgarden says:

    >Such a beautiful rose and wonderful fragrance, too! If it is disease resistant, I would say that's a perfect rose. You have something to look forward to, come spring!

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  5. koimiller says:

    >I agree, Double Delight is a very fragrant rose. I love to grow it in my rose gardens. Another rose I love to grow, maybe not quite as fragrant as Double Delight is the rose Parole. It is a large beautiful dark pink and fragrant rose sure to stir your senses.

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