These Oso Easy roses (I think they are ‘Peachy Cream’) would be perfect in a wild mixed bouquet, although it would have to be a short one because they do no have long stems. Unfortunately, I’m on my way out the door for a bit of a sailing jaunt and I didn’t have time to do more than cut a few, bleed profusely and jam them in a vase.
As I mentioned yesterday in the garden tour, these roses don’t have a lot of fragrance but what fragrance they do have really comes through inside. One more reason to appreciate your garden in a new way!
You guys continue to blow me away with what you are cutting out of your gardens. Thank you so much for sharing your creations.
Don’t forget to link up this week and please don’t miss the stunning bouquets from last week’s Garden Appreciation Society.