Peace Rose on Fresh Cut Friday

This morning I took a walk around the flower beds. 
My Peace rose just couldn't be any prettier this year.

The flowers start out a pale yellow and change to pink.


Each stage is so beautiful.


The bush is blooming prolifically right now so I don't feel too guilty
about cutting the blooms and bringing them in.


Isn't a flower always prettier in a blue Ball jar?
What's your plan this Friday?



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29 comments

Melissa Miller said...

Wow, they are beautiful Stacey. Gorgeous colors.

Carol said...

Gorgeous, Stacey! I bet they smell wonderful. Note to self, buy a blue Bell jar.

Smiles,
Carol

Sonia said...

Oh Stacey how beautiful is that Peace rose! Love that vase! I have always wanted a Peace rose along with a New Dawn climber. Will have to keep my eyes open for them on sale somewhere. The colors in the Peace rose are amazing, yellow, pink and coral and all the shades in between. Hope you are not too exhausted from all the moving. Enjoy your garden...we are getting lots of rain (much needed) today and through next week.
Miss Bloomers

Penny @ The Comforts of Home said...

What a beautiful rose.

Kim M said...

Gorgeous! You must have a very green thumb! :)

Liz @ Sit With Me In My Garden said...

That is a gorgeous flower! I like how it changes coloring.

debi said...

What beautiful roses!! I have one that starts out lime green and turns to yellow.... I was really tickled to see them in the Ball Jar...my new favorite vases are jars... I have gotten rid of many of my fancy vases and replaced them with old olive jars, salsa jars :-) My favorite it the Ball jar.
What great taste you have!

Hugs!!

Lisa said...

So pretty! And I'm loving' the blue mason jars! I bought a couple of packs a few weeks ago...still haven't used them but I'll figure it out.LOL
PS Hope all the moving is behind you and everyone is getting settled.

Cozy Little House said...

Oh Stacey, they are exquisite roses! Never seen one quite like that. What am I doing today? Listening to it storm outside while I sit here with my laptop.
Brenda

Art and Sand said...

My plan was just cemented after seeing your post.

I am sitting with ice on my hip (don't get old!) and I have seen so many gorgeous flower displays on blogs this morning. I am going to cut flowers and spruce up every room in the house.

Manuela@A Cultivated Nest said...

Gosh that one is beautiful!

Kathy Olson said...

So beautiful!

Lisa @ Texas Decor said...

Such a pretty flower! I need to cut some roses and bring them in. I love having fresh flowers in the house. I've had a busy Friday. Spent all morning shopping with my youngest son picking out new things for his mini room makeover. I'm exhausted. :)

BeachGypsy said...

those are some of the prettiest I've ever seen! Love them!

NanaDiana said...

Stacey- What a beautiful, beautiful rose Peace is! Your photos are gorgeous! xo Diana

Fairhope Supply Co. said...

How have I never known about this beautiful flower? You are such an educator today!

Angela Ryder said...

Gorgeous!! I've never seen one like that! Do you think they would grow well in San Antonio? Have a wonderful weekend!!~~Angela

Blondie's Journal said...

Just beautiful, Stacey. I lost a rose this winter and have to replace it. This looks wonderful!

XO,
Jane

Custom Comforts said...

What a beautiful rose - such soft sweet colors. Perfection. Our roses took a beating this winter here in Ohio and although most of them survived, they had to be cut back practically to the ground, so blossoms are few and far between right now. Every one is a treasure.
Cindy

Prince Snow Farm said...

It's gorgeous….so delicate!

Kathleen Grace said...

Peace roses have always been one of my favorites. It's quite miraculous how those soft sunset colors just blend together into such a gorgeous flower. I spent the weekend, weeding, mulching and planting. I love making the garden beautiful!

Liz Hockamier said...

Stacy! I'm going to have to pin that picture of your Peace Rose. I am making paper roses and that is going to be my inspiration for my yellow ones. A>M>A>Z>I>N>G>! :)
Thank you for joining in and sharing this pretty post on Fresh-Cut Friday!
~Liz

Art @ Home said...

Wowsers....I'm loving the ruffles on these guys. TOO PRETTY! I love the last photo. :D

Linking from Fresh Cut Friday,
Ricki Jill

Jennifer @ Town and Country Living said...

Gorgeous rose! Love the shades of color on the petals.

Katie Clooney said...

That is one of the prettiest roses I have ever seen!!

Just a little something from Judy said...

Wow! They are gorgeous!!!

Debra Howard said...

Oh Peace is one of my favorites. I saw one as big as a dinner plate once in a tiny Texas town. It was growing up the side of a porch on a victorian house and was probably as old as the house...such a lovely memory. Yours are beautiful too. It is raining today so maybe our drought will end soon and I can replant all my roses that have died...sigh.

Debra Howard said...

Oh Peace is one of my favorites. I saw one as big as a dinner plate once in a tiny Texas town. It was growing up the side of a porch on a victorian house and was probably as old as the house...such a lovely memory. Yours are beautiful too. It is raining today so maybe our drought will end soon and I can replant all my roses that have died...sigh.

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