This apron is pretty no matter what is in front of it. I'm sure you may have seen the red roses that a friend gave me in the Ball Jar. I had placed that jar on the Hoosier cabinet to make more room on the counter while preparing a meal and just happened to get that fabulous shot. It wasn't hard to do with those gorgeous roses and apron.
Today even though it is cloudy in here I took a picture of a few David Austin Roses that I cut off by mistake while pruning that bush. They are beautiful in themselves also.
The Rose is a David Austin called Teasing Georgia.
One of my favorite very prolific blooming rose bushes at Hibiscus House.
A yellow 4-5" rose (petals 50+) of delicate beauty. The flowers are of a particularly pleasing cupped formation. The center petals are in the form of a rich deep yellow while the outer petals fall back and fade to pale yellow, providing a most pleasing two-tone effect on a continual blooming bush. The growth is strong but gracefully displaying the flowers nicely. A pleasant tea rose fragrance. Winner of the Henry Edland Medal in 2000 for the most fragrant variety in the RNRS Trials. credit for information