“A rose is an argument. It proclaims the triumph of beauty over brutality, of gentleness over violence, of the ephemeral over the lasting, and of the universal over the particular. The same rose bursts into bloom on the North Cape and in the Sahara Desert.” ~ Alain Meilland
My mantra is a “garden is meant to be shared.” The logical expansion place for your rose garden is at your front door, with an Angel Sculpture water fountain.
“There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.” ― Albert Einstein They said it couldn’t be done. I was almost convinced myself that we weren’t going to have a rose garden at Continue Reading
Memory lane is strewn with magnificent roses in central Illinois this summer. Dew glistening on petals of roses appears as ice crystals when lit by the first rays of dawn. Illinois crops and vegetable gardens are bountiful with enough rain to sustain the corn and soybeans until harvest. Every day Continue Reading