From above blogs, (click on the links) I discovered these nice ladies had arrange their roses in different containers and vases, so I decided to copy and do the same.
I went down to the garden to cut the flowers. Here I wrote I have been down to the garden to cut... it's the beginning words of a famous nursery rythm.
As it was going to rain, I thought the flowers would be better inside that all alone under the rain.
Besides they were full of small insects that damage the tree.
Quand j'ai voulu le traiter à la bouillie Bordelaise, je crois que je me suis un petit peu trompée dans les dosages.
Un pshitt, et hop mon rosier est devenu tout bleu.
D'ailleurs, on en voit encore la trace sur les pétales.
I tried to fix that problem of insects, to do so I mixed some blue powder that is supposed to be good for the roses, but all went wrong and the rose bush became blue in one shot!
Dans un vrai soliflore acheté dans la vraie île de Murano.
You can see here the blue leaves. I bought the vase in Venezia, Italia, beautiful place to discover.
et des pensées douces et roses pour celles qui sont atteintes d'un cancer du sein, ou de tout autre cancer.
And all this rose color is an Homage to the breast cancer striking ladies, a link in a chain that has started here.