Looking through my photo library, I stumbled upon one of my favourite September flower posy pictures. It’s small and as simple as they come. I was going to add that it’s unstructured, but I’ve just noticed a bit of a colour block effect going on.
The rose is Rosa ‘Wildeve’, one of my favourite garden roses. Its companions are tiny sprigs of achillea, aster, and veronica bonariensis with centaurea buds. They look just as pretty in a vase as they looked growing together in the garden.
It’s for anyone who would like a floral pick me up.
I’m linking in to one of my favourite shots from BeckyB’s Square In September flower a day series (of Rosa ‘Kew Gardens’ if those pretty apricot buds are anything to go by) and one of my favourites from HeyJude’s Square in September series. There are still a few days left if you love flowers and want to take part, or just follow along with the fun.
13 Replies to “September flower posy”
Lovely; the composition of the shot works really well.
The rose was the star of the shot, but it needed a little something – or somethings – extra to soften it.
A beautiful medley of colors!
Love the color of the rose with the aster – they suit each other well.
They’re both very pure, natural colours.
This is a beautiful posy, just love it. It feels 3D, had to stop myself from trying to touch and smell it!
The petals of the cupped rose do help give it depth.
What a very pretty combination 🙂
I’m glad you like it Eunice. It was one of my earliest flower pictures and so I have a soft spot for it.
I can’t believe how silky those blue petals look! Such a simple nosegay, and yet not simple at all. I checked out the links, too; they are all pick-me-ups. Thank you!
The aster’s petals have a great wiggle to them too.
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