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    • Margie Buchan

      Roses, any kind of rose! I worked for a man when I was a teen who grow and shipped rose bushes world wide, even to the Queen's garden.

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    • Brittany Hult

      I think this is what I will paint for my momma for mothers day =)

    • Jeanie Harrison

      Wish someone had given ME this beautiful rose!! ♥♥

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      Baham Farzad, Birmingham, Al -- photography

    • Stacy Reed

      i want to paint this pic. it's beautiful.

    • Laura Simanavicius

      Te mando una flor!

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      beautiful flower

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