Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Power of Flowers

"Flowers always make people better, happier and more helpful; they are sunshine, food and medicine for the soul."

-Luther Burbank

15 comments:

tina said...

Your rose sure helps my tired body this morning. It sure is a lovely shade of pink.

Hafts Happenings said...

You are so right, I work for a landscape and nursery, adn I love it when we get new flowers in. Beautiful pic.

Gardeness said...

What a lovely rose. You can't help but feel better looking at that. Thanks for sharing.

gardenerprogress/Catherine said...

I couldn't agree more. What a beautiful rose!

Kris said...

Oh, I wish we had smell-o-vision....

joey said...

Sending some sunshine your way from Michigan ~ it was a 'balmy' nealy record-breaking 58 today :) Good luck in your job search ... my thoughts are with you.

Aunt Debbi/kurts mom said...

Well your rose just made me smile:)

flowrgirl1 said...

Glad you all like it. I wish it was in my yard though. It was at Sunnybank once again.

Joanne said...

There's such a gentleness to the rose, it's very soothing to look at.

Jo said...

I could feel every cell in my body go "aaaahhhh" when I looked at the beautiful rose.

Bren said...

This is wonderful! Thank you for sharing your wonderful flower with us on the 'garden web'!
Warm Wishes from my WET garden in the Midwest.

Judy said...

I love your blog, gorgeous flowers, photos!

~Judy

movingonlady said...

I love to plant flowers. It is cold where we are at and I have to wait a while to start planting.
But Iam itching to get out there. Gardering feeds my soul. It is so soothing. And then you get to watch what you planted grow into something so beautiful and then you get to view it all summer. I love to work in the dirt.

texasdaisey said...

Just found your blog & thought I would stop in & say hi. I just love roses. This is a beautiful one.
Debbie

meggie said...

SO pretty! There is never a flower, that blooms in vain!