Mirabel in the rose garden. I saw them talking together--evidently feeling the deepest interest in what they were saying to each other.
Mirabel had indeed returned to the rose garden. He found Emily employed as he had left her, in making a crown of roses, to be worn by Cecilia in the evening.
In silence, in love, and in reverence he buried, in the little rose garden that had been Jane Clayton's pride and love, the poor, charred form and beside it the great black warriors who had given their lives so futilely in their mistress' protection.
Returning to the rose garden, he stood among the Hun trampled blooms and bushes above the grave of his dead-with bowed head he stood there in a last mute farewell.
She came slowly towards the two men through the overgrown rose garden
, a thin, pale, wild-eyed child, dressed in most uncompromising black.
I turned instinctively to the walk beneath my study-window, where I had seen her the evening before with her little dog, and followed the path which her dear feet had trodden so often, till I came to the wicket gate that led into her rose garden
. The winter bareness spread drearily over it now.
In the Rose Garden
at Selby the roses are white and red.
The first was a handsome sitting-room, with windows opening upon the rose gardens
. Then came separate bedrooms for Aunt Em and Uncle Henry, with a fine bathroom between them.
It smells like a hundred rose gardens
, and I have put it between the sheets for my very sparest room bed, where you shall sleep when you come to see me, you dear thing.
Having not seen the Burma Star Rose Garden
in Duthie Park's David Welch Winter Garden for several years, Alex, who turns 95 this month, visited on Tuesday with his family, some of whom had travelled from Kuala Lumpur, to see it in bloom.
I also saw a sign to a rockery elsewhere in the park; however, after the disappointing rose garden
I was too disheartened to venture there.