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The Beauty of a Rose-While multiple plants can supply welcome contrast in leaf and bloom shape, a single flower allows you to showcase a specimen in the landscape. In this flowerbed, the lovely rose presents in two colors, an understated pale pink and a more vivid shade of red.
In Sonnet 54, Shakespeare compares the beauty of the subject to that of a rose. A rose is beautiful and has a pleasant scent in its youth, however, it quickly dies, allowing the beauty to be forgotten. Shakespeare uses his poem to immortalize the beauty of the subject so that it will never fade. In “Mouth of Flower,” by Octavio Ocampo (1943), the artist similarly preserves the beauty of the flowers and of the woman (a face formed by the foliage) by means of his painting. Emily Cox