From my June Garden

By Sally Pudney on 26th June 2015

I can’t believe I’m half way through this ‘From my Garden’ project! – but here is the sixth one.

From my June Garden

From my June Garden

Two ‘Buff Beauty’ roses from the back garden, which have apricot coloured buds and gradually open to a parchment colour – it is a huge straggly bush which is rather overshadowed by a black bamboo, but still beautiful, with a wonderful scent.  And one white ‘Madame Alfred Carriere’ from the climbing rose which goes up the front of my house, a lovely old fashioned white rose, again with a wonderful scent.

They are in a little Emma Bridgewater spotted jug. I have just been reading her memoir, ‘Toast & Marmalade:  stories from the kitchen dresser’, which was published last year. If you want a light cosy summer read I would recommend it.  The story of how her pottery business came into being is quite astonishing and it is really funny in lots of places!

Happy weekend 🙂


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