Tuesday, June 07, 2011

There's a Unicorn In the Rose Garden

Alright, there wasn't really a unicorn in the garden. But holy mother-of-all-flowering-beautiful-things, there were roses. Roses, upon roses, upon glorious roses!

Buff Beauties
Me with the David Graham yellow roses, my favorites.
David Graham roses.

A perfect rose.
Gardens like this don't just happen, here's a small team of gardeners weeding.
Me standing in front of the thinner side (the other side is easily twice as wide) of this massive tree called the Mottisfont Plane.
Under an arch of the white rose Adelaide D'Orleans. 
All these roses are in the walled garden at Mottisfont Abbey, Hampshire, England. The garden has over 300 varieties of antique roses from England and France.... wait, oh my Go..., is that a unicorn??

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