When Jim planted this bush, neither of us realized that it would grow to about 5 feet wide and produce these pretty little pink flowers.
It's come in handy over the last few years in my still life journey. Being able to use my garden to supply the florals for my photography has definitely cut down some of the costs.
In recent months I've actually begun to consider how to use my garden for still life photography more diligently. I've planted a rose bush, more lavendar and other flowers.
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