Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Petal by Petal: Pink Piano Garden Rose

Garden roses are the epitome of romantic.  Their gorgeous layers wrap together, almost like a fluffy peony, to form one of my favorite varieties of roses. This particular garden rose featured here is called Pink Piano. It has a lovely mild scent that is not over-powering, and is perfect for those that do not particularly like the rosiness scent of a rose.   These blooms are perfect for a bouquet, especially bridal and can also make a stunning arrangement when placed inside of a vase. Continue for more...



Where to Buy: Pink Piano roses can be purchased at a variety of places including Fifty Flowers and Alexandra Farms. I bought mine from Seaport Flowers here in Brooklyn. 
*All photographs by Alison 

16 comments:

  1. These are beautiful, Martha Stewart did a story on them and the shoot was stunning

    Ali of

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  2. You take the most beautiful shots of these flowers...I love this series!

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  3. Love this post. Garden roses are our main flowers for our wedding in July. I agree, so romantic and sweet! Love them.

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  4. It is truly stunning, I'm so fascinated by your photos, amazing!:) I can smell it!:) Kisses! xo

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  5. wow this is a gorgeous flower! i'm starting to like the garden variety more of roses, but there is still so much i do not know about flowers/gardening. always love to learn more, so thanks for this post :)
    -- jackiejade.blogspot.com

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  6. I need a photography lesson...this are gorgeous shots!! I love roses.

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  7. these not this..is what I meant to spell...sorry!

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  8. YES. One of my favorite flowers! If it's fluffy I love it.

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  9. So pretty - I haven't seen pink roses in awhile, I think I need some in my life :)

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  10. My favorite roses! These photos are gorgeous!!

    XO Lily
    gold & gray

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  11. Beautiful flower ♥
    Love this light pink color and it's weird because it doesn't look like a rose at all.

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