GULF COAST SHEEP & TRELLIS ROSE GROWING WREATH

My Lovely Ring of Roses!
Hello everyone! I want to share my Trellis Rose, that I rooted last year and have trained it to go grow into a wreath.  The roses are a very light pink, they look white in the photo. Please forgive the grass. I have not added my mulch, as of yet this year. I was so excited to see what color it was going to be, for I rooted two roses, the other I am training into another wreath has red little bloom on it. 
A lot of you asked to see this Growing Wreath when it bloomed so here it is! I am doing much better, and working on shelves for my dining room, which I am trying to design a French Country look.  Can’t wait to show you, what I have been doing! 


I am so excited! I got to buy my sheep! Living on the farm, we have been adding our farm animals back slowly. Hubby wanted to wait after my surgeries this year. But I found some of the Perkins line of registered Gulf Coast Sheep and I have bought one ram(a boy) four adult Ewes(girls) and two ewe lambs! I cannot tell you how happy it makes me to look at into the pasture and see my Gulf Coast Sheep. I am a spinner and a weaver and their wool is so wonderful. You can wear against your skin!  I went to visit my Doctor yesterday, where I got hurt is not healed enough to go to surgery. So he said come back in six weeks to plan surgery. He said tons more but, just to let you know I made my appointment and it was going to be July 2, too near July 4th Holiday, Hubby will be busy with his Craw fish pond. I now have FREEDOM for two months and 4 days counting to next visit, to plan surgery. I am going to try hard to get my strength and movement back, as I was before my accident with my Granddaughter almost falling in the creek, that I caught just in time.  I will get better pictures later, I going out shopping today with my friend Maryann from Alabama, whom is coming to kidnap me! lol 
 Now, Can I get away with this for Foodie Friday, Gollum? 
My roses are edible and the sheep are too, but please do not eat them, for I love them so much!


 Here are my Gulf Coast Sheep!

See you all soon! 

Take Time to Smell the Roses and save a cup of Tea for me!
Lady Katherine


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34 thoughts on “GULF COAST SHEEP & TRELLIS ROSE GROWING WREATH

  1. Beautiful, I especially love the fence! I’m more rustic than French country… Still, I love to look!

  2. What a lovely rose ring!
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  3. Lady Katherine, that is absolutely gorgeous. I am so impressed. Thank you so much, as always, for visiting us and leaving that lovely comment on our Celebrating a life, party in pink story on our website/magazine. We have entered you in our giveaway. Good luck and our prayers are with you!

  4. Hi Sweet Katherine!! I am so delighted that you have such a lovely rose wreath to enjoy!! You did a great job on it!!

    Can’t wait to see the rest of what you have been up to!!

    Blessings and hugs,
    Becky

  5. It’s absolutely gorgeous Katherine!!! You say you rooted it? Are you meaning you slipped it from a parent bush, and then started it from there? I’ve always wondered how you do that…if you did, please….inform me. Okay?

    Happy week wishes to you.

  6. LOVELY!!!Glad your up and about,but do rest up a bit you seem too occupied.I gave you an award awhile ago,you were still recovering.CHECK IT OUT at my post…’nenos award’.

  7. Katherine, I am so sorry to hear that you are struggling with your health. I have had problems with my right shoulder since last July. My condition is minor compared to yours. But, I am in a lot of pain. I am no longer in pt. But, I did get most of my range of motion back while I was in treatment. I always did my excerises faithfully. I can’t imagine what you must be going through. You are in my prayers.
    Hugs, Terrie

  8. Hi Lady Katherine! I am so happy to hear that you are doing well enough to be out and about with your friend! I love your rose wreath…had not seen one before! And your sheep…what can I say? You know how much I would love that! Such a peaceful view! Have a great weekend…hugs…Debbie

  9. Hi Lady Katherine! 😉 Thanks for stopping by to see me recently. Glad to see that you’re up and about…and praying soon you will be healed 100%! Your post today with the ring of roses is STUNNING, to say the least! VERY NICE! And the lil sheep are precious! 😉 ~CC Catherine

  10. I am still just so impressed with that wreath idea. I showed it to my husband and told him I’d like to try to do that, and he asked me “where”. He’s right. I’ve already overplanted. The sheep are beautiful. Hope you had a fun day shopping with your friend, and glad to see you are feeling well enough to post. laurie

  11. I love the wreath, soo romantic, and you little sheep are adorable. Best of luck with your surgery!
    Leann

  12. Lovely roses! And you have a handsome group of sheep! Take your time recovering and enjoying your new farm life with the sheep and the crawfish! I’d love to see your place, it sounds and looks lovely with all that beauty surrounding you!

  13. Your rose wreath is so pretty -you are very talented!:)

    The sheep are so cute. I can see why you love to look out and gaze on them. Have you also go a little pig named Babe on the farm to help keep them in line? They reminded me of that movie:)

    I pray that your injuries continue to heal and that you are able to get stronger before you surgery date.

    Have a wonderful Mothers Day weekend!

    Hugs,
    Linda C

  14. Oh Katherine…I LOVE your darling sheep! Those are the cutest little wooly creatures ever! I hope you’ll show us how you use their wool…and show us how you spin/weave it…that would be amazing! I love your beautiful rose wreath…you are soooo clever to think of doing that! Wreaths are one of my fav things in this world so I just love yours…it’s like a topiary…beautiful! I can’t wait to see your new flatware and all this sneaky china. :-) I know it’s beautiful! So good to hear from you and I’m glad you are feeling better! Have a wonderful Mother’s Day! Susan

  15. Your sheep are so cute. I would love to live in the country to have a few animals. Your wreath is a neat idea! So pretty. ~ Robyn

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