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Promise Gardens Desktop Wallpaper in Verse

What creates the most beautiful desktop wallpaper? The beauty of creation in all of its seasons with verse! These lovely wallpapers I created from my professional photography (JoyPals Design Studio) of my Promise Gardens 2008 Rose & Flower Show.

To download your screen size and see all of the collection,  see our ClassyWallpaper site here.

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What is Your Favorite Rose? Poll

We often get this question, “What is Your Favorite Rose” at Promise Gardens. We love them all. Promise Gardens has 225 roses of varying species. Each one has its purpose in the garden, in the home and in giving. The famous “Hybrid Tea” — the “romantic” rose for giving is everyone’s favorite, we are sure but we wanted to know which one(s) you love and want or have in your garden. Take our poll and let’s hear from you.

p.s. If you want to see the various species we have, visit our gardens:
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Promise Gardens Video Tour

Our Promise Gardens Tour for 2008 shot on location at Promise Gardens. This is 5th year of the gardens and the blooms are breathtaking. A wonderful place for weddings and an “Eden” escape to enjoy in the beauty of God’s creation. 

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Promise Gardens, Roses & Arbors

This is a photo of our first corner of the Promise Gardens wherein we began this adventure five years ago.  It was underbrush, rocks and fallen trees.  Now is a wonderful place of solace and beauty!  The name “Promise Gardens” came from our 9 months of cleanup of debris and our promise to begin here and complete the entire gardens….we are happy with the result…truly it a blessing of God’s creation. 

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It is amazing to go back and look at these five years of gardening and how things have grown and changed. The garden rule: “First year they sleep, second year they creep, third year they leap.” The Promise Gardens are five years old and will be matured (according to the experts) and their best at seven years old. 

As you an see from the photos, we used tall slim trees to create rose arbors…which are stunning in full bloom!