Thursday, June 12, 2014

Roses on Fences.

So, Here I go... I suggest you come along... over to TexWisGirl and Good Fences

Don't you just love roses growing by fences? These are at a friends house.
 
Here are yellow ones growing last year in my back yard. Two kinds of roses, two kinds of fences.


14 comments:

  1. so very pretty! nothing dresses up fences like roses and wildflowers. :)

    thanks for linking in!!

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  2. Love a fence. Always dreamed of one. Still would like one. The roses are so pretty on the fence and I really like your last year's fence and roses.

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  3. The roses are absolutely gorgeous!

    Thank you for stopping by my blog and leaving a comment. Your prayer for my brother-in-law is really appreciated.

    I am your newest follower!

    Beth

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  4. Oh, how I love roses!!!! They would make any old fence look gorgeous. I especially like the roses that give off a glorious fragrance!

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  5. Awesome fences! And roses! Sorry I called you "by accident" the other day. :-)

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  6. Love a fence with flowers goring beside it.

    Thanks for stopping to view my fence this week.

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  7. A great combination. Roses and Fences. Have a good weekend.

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  8. Oh yes - I love roses on fences! These are beautiful!

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  9. So pretty! I know the fragrance is heavenly.

    Have a great afternoon.

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  10. these are so pretty!! have a great weekend :)

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  11. Very nice. Flowers raise the fence value 100%!

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  12. So pretty. Love the roses on the fences. My neighbor back home had a split rail fence with roses growing on it, and a climbing rose on an arched arbor leading to the horse barn. In front of it she planted a "cutting garden" full of gladiolas, hydrangeas, zinnias, carnations, and so much more. Loved spending time there.

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