Wild Roses In The Snow


[ keke ] has released several flowers over the past few months, but these wild roses are by far my favourites. From the variety (nine different stems/groups in each pack) to the painstaking detail to the sheer beauty, they are simply exquisite. There are four colour groups – blush, purple, white and pink – but the pink is definitely my first choice. Depending on the light, they are either a subtle pink or a much deeper colour – in fact, almost red.

You can find these lovely roses at Lost & Found through October 1st.

Pretty stuff I’m showing off:
*From [ keke ] by Kean Kelly for Lost & Found (through October 1st)
[ keke ] wild roses – pink 1
[ keke ] wild roses – pink 5
[ keke ] wild roses – pink 9
[ keke ] wild roses – blush 1
[ keke ] wild roses – white 7
[ keke ] wild roses – purple 4

Doves: {anc} NO LIMITS // flock of doves [ham-pink] by aki69

5 thoughts on “Wild Roses In The Snow

  1. chericolette September 25, 2016 / 5:47 pm

    Beautiful photo. Did you know that snow is good for roses. When it covers the plants, it forms an insulating blanket. Protects them from damaging winds and provides hydration at the same time. Not that we get snow in Queensland, I dont know why I was reading that article this morning!

    • PeepSideshow Darkward September 25, 2016 / 6:58 pm

      Thanks, Cheri 🙂 I don’t know why I know that the Sahara Desert is 9.4 million km squared in area, since I never plan on going there…but I do. I just consider it filling for otherwise empty brain space 😉

  2. Moz Loordes September 25, 2016 / 10:21 pm

    Beautiful picture, Peep! I got those Keke roses, they will be very useful. Deserts are good for solar panels – enough sun there to power cities.

    • PeepSideshow Darkward September 25, 2016 / 10:25 pm

      Thanks, Moz. These roses are epic! And now I know if I ever do get to the Sahara, I can recharge my batteries 😉

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