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Rosa 'Sally Holmes' traditional-landscape
 

Rosa 'Sally Holmes'

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The careful use of statues really brings the Gothic feel to a garden — angels or mythical creatures being the favored types. Older, weathered statues are best, but you can paint new ones with live yogurt to get a good growth of algae, making them appear older.Unlike formal gardens, where statues are isolated and featured, statues in the Gothic setting tend to be almost hidden by climbers. Ivy is possibly the favorite, but simple white climbing roses, like the Sally Holmes rose shown here, can provide a stunning contrast to the stonework.

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Ashleigh Jade added this to Victorian
August 16, 2014
Garden stonework
adriana_chaplin added this to adriana_chaplin's Ideas
June 2, 2014
Claiming rose
panama0867 added this to panama0867's Ideas
May 27, 2014
Statue against floral tree back drop
cindynairn added this to Landscape Ideas
March 20, 2014
painted with live yogurt to promote algae
gunde2 added this to book 4
March 17, 2014
The careful use of statues really brings the Gothic feel to a garden — angels or mythical creatures being the favored types. Older, weathered statues are best, but you can paint new ones with live yogurt to get a good growth of algae, making them appear older. Unlike formal gardens, where statues are isolated and featured, statues in the Gothic setting tend to be almost hidden by climbers. Ivy is possibly the favorite, but simple white climbing roses, like the Sally Holmes rose shown here, can provide a stunning contrast to the stonework.
eonia added this to eonia's Ideas
March 16, 2014
The careful use of statues really brings the Gothic feel to a garden — angels or mythical creatures being the favored types. Older, weathered statues are best, but you can paint new ones with live yogurt to get a good growth of algae, making them appear older. Unlike formal gardens, where statues are isolated and featured, statues in the Gothic setting tend to be almost hidden by climbers. Ivy is possibly the favorite, but simple white climbing roses, like the Sally Holmes rose shown here, can provide a stunning contrast to the stonework.
monjularamkumar added this to plants/flowers/trees
March 13, 2014
sally holmes rose
taviakp999 added this to Garden/Patio
March 12, 2014
Love how the statue fits in the space.
coconqc added this to coconqc's Ideas
December 12, 2013
Cute garden idea
shaneclaire added this to Steam Punk Victorian
December 5, 2013
Statues lol
Wendell Frando added this to gothic garden
November 6, 2013
plant
Rob Capozziello added this to rob_capozziello's Ideas
October 19, 2013
Landscape
qualitymeat added this to Landscaping
September 29, 2013
statue
suewk added this to suewk's ideas
September 22, 2013
Statue for dark corner
1needyou added this to 1needyou's ideas
September 22, 2013
The careful use of statues really brings the Gothic feel to a garden — angels or mythical creatures being the favored types. Older, weathered statues are best, but you can paint new ones with live yogurt to get a good growth of algae, making them appear older
klbower added this to Outside
September 15, 2013
White climbing rose sets off the statue
stefaniemarie added this to garden/outside
September 11, 2013
The careful use of statues really brings the Gothic feel to a garden — angels or mythical creatures being the favored types. Older, weathered statues are best, but you can paint new ones with live yogurt to get a good growth of algae, making them appear older. Unlike formal gardens, where statues are isolated and featured, statues in the Gothic setting tend to be almost hidden by climbers. Ivy is possibly the favorite, but simple white climbing roses, like the Sally Holmes rose shown here, can provide a stunning contrast to the stonework
stefaniemarie added this to exterior
September 11, 2013
The careful use of statues really brings the Gothic feel to a garden — angels or mythical creatures being the favored types. Older, weathered statues are best, but you can paint new ones with live yogurt to get a good growth of algae, making them appear older. Unlike formal gardens, where statues are isolated and featured, statues in the Gothic setting tend to be almost hidden by climbers. Ivy is possibly the favorite, but simple white climbing roses, like the Sally Holmes rose shown here, can provide a stunning contrast to the stonework
sharoncorona added this to interiors and exteriors
September 4, 2013
the roxe of course, but that it does well in full sun to part shade. i have the perfect trellis for this.
anniehiatt713 added this to anniehiatt713's Ideas
July 25, 2013
Paint a statue that's new w yogurt to get Albee to grow and look old
beccihaughton added this to beccihaughton's Favorites
July 21, 2013
Sally Holmes rose
dycksan added this to dycksan's ideas
July 21, 2013
Angels
lisamsongbird added this to Outside Rooms
July 19, 2013
Old
judithesl added this to judithesl's ideas
July 18, 2013
Paint new statue with live yogurt to encourage algae growth
Ana Nguyen added this to ana_nguyen's ideas
July 17, 2013
mistery
mikekelly32 added this to mikekelly32's Favorites
July 17, 2013
Gothic garden
Jill DiBartolomeo added this to dibart's ideas
July 17, 2013
paint statues w/yogurt to make them appear older - algea grows
jchahboune added this to garden
July 17, 2013
gothic garden sculpture...romantic, mysterious
kristakares added this to Garden Ideas
July 17, 2013
Love the use of statues like this!
Linda Nelson added this to linda_nelson's ideas
July 17, 2013
lovely
jenhermes56 added this to jenhermes56's ideas
July 17, 2013
Lovely statue
motivator added this to motivator's ideas
July 17, 2013
Rosa 'Sally Holmes'
sansoucci added this to sansoucci's ideas
July 17, 2013
Gothic Garden
anchendu added this to Landscape Ideas
July 17, 2013
Statue
_val added this to _val's ideas
January 26, 2013
sally holmes rose shade tollerent
aneken added this to aneken's Ideas
October 16, 2012
Socha
tamaragoldrick added this to tamaragoldrick's Favorites
April 11, 2012
Sally Holmes rose
quelyn added this to quelyn's ideas
February 10, 2012
love this idea, very charming an inviting..
tillyherb added this to tillyherb's Favorites
February 8, 2012
Sally Holmes climbing rose. Tolerates some shade!
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