beautiful~ looks as though it could hold a cup of water inside its pedals.
It's small, but a beauty! We have a yellow rose bush that has small roses (not that small though) that also came from a friend who had a very old bush.
Flowers that come from a friend and have a history are my favorite kind. This is lovely, does it have a fragrance?
So I'm tired and completely forgot to respond to your question about lingonberry plants. I don't know if they are related to blueberries... They do grow right alongside blueberry plants in the wild. The berries are red and somewhat like raspberries, I think. Most larger grocery stores carry lingonberry jelly or jam these days so you might be able to find it and try it.Meanwhile, this is a lovely image of the heirloom climbing rose... I have a heirloom rose myself... The bush originally grew in my grandmother's garden and was moved to my great aunt's house some time in the late 1940s or early 1950s. I bought my great aunt's house in 1981 so the bush belonging to my grandmother now lives in my garden.
Hi Kateri, Oh those older roses are so lovely! Good picture, too! Have a splendid evening and a great day tomorrow!
No fragrance to this rose, which is surprising for an older rose. It is very pretty though.
So beautiful. We do not have this, although we have some old species of roses.
wow! very nice!! and all the little buds! it sure looks good considering it was just a cutting a year ago!!