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Anina

Wow, they're beautiful! It makes me regret giving up on roses.

two crazy crafters

I am such a fan of your blog. Been reading it even before I had a blog. I am sorry it has taken me so long to leave a comment. Just wanted to let you know you give lots of people joy every day. By the way, your roses are gorgeous! Twyla

Dianne

Gorgeous-like a magical garden!
Thanks for the recipe for deer repellent. They've been munching my roses and flowers too.

Suzanne

Oh those are just gorgeous! That's it I am mixing up some of your Mister's conconction and spraying mine. I almost hit a deer this morning!

Wonders Never Cease

How lovely! I can just smell the perfume!
Whatever you're doing, it's working!
Becky

Anne

Just stunning!

Karen

These are just beautiful!....I tried growing these type of roses here in Missouri some years back and just gave up...not because of deer but mainly disease and bugs...wish I would have had your recipe then to try....wonder how this would work in the vegetable garden?

Janice

Your roses are so beautiful!! Please keep the photos coming, I love seeing them.


Nanette

It looks like the tree is blooming. What a beautiful site.

jen duncan

Beautiful photos Vicki!

Chris and Laurie

Just amazing! The roses are so pretty together.

paula luckhurst

Nice header, nice pictures, nice everything. As always.

JudyC

Just love the roses and glad you figured out the Lens flare..although I'm all for calling TAPS! Never miss a show.

miss paula

So so beautiful!!

sooz

Stunning! You must be very proud of your success with the deer-nibblers! Well done! (I've saved your recipe for bark-nibbling rabbits/deer!)

Rosie's Whimsy

What gorgeous roses! You definitely have a spectacular display this year. :-) Rosie

kathyann

The photo's of your roses are stunning,how on earth did you manage to get to clamber up and around the tree so beautifully!What a treat to look out onto!Keep the photo's coming!
Love from Kathy and the girls

Em

Wow, your roses are gorgeous! We've had to put up deer netting around our rose bed, and it's quite an eyesore. I just yesterday put up another 7' tall deer netting 'fence' around my veggie garden, as they've been disappearing these last few days. I'm not sure it's the deer in the garden, it may be a groundhog... I'm going to have to get some clove oil, and try out that recipe! I have some peppermint oil... I wonder if that would work too? I might just try it anyway tomorrow.

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