Enveloped in Fragrance

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We are enveloped in the warm sweet fragrance of roses.

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May 15, 2015 roses 057

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The Weekly Photo Challenge:  Enveloped

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Photos by Woodland Gnome 2015

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About woodlandgnome

Lifelong teacher and gardener.

9 responses to “Enveloped in Fragrance

  1. Pingback: Display of Genius at Bodleian Library | litadoolan

  2. Fragrance in the garden is my most recent quest. Oh, for “scratch -n-sniff” blog posts.

    • There has to be a way, Rickii. Anyone who can invent 3D printers can surely develop a way to transmit fragrance digitally. I agree with you on the joy of a fragrant garden. What are you growing for its fragrance? Have you tried Patchouli plants? I was able to find them quite often when we gardened in a larger city… but have no source for them here. Do you have enough bright light to support herbs?

  3. I came to this post second… Yes! You are enveloped by fragrant flowers!!!

  4. Such beautiful roses. Do you make rosewater with them? It makes a nice spritzer for the winter when the house is closed up and we need to remember the warmer days. In my younger days when I lived near the coast, I collected wild rugosa petals to make potpourri. It’s fragrance held so much better than store bought.

  5. farseems

    Fragrance of roses, beauty of delicate ferns, ah bliss is this!

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