My rose gardens are producing flowers at a great rate.
The Bishop, a gallica dating from 1790.
Charles de Mills, another Gallica from the 1800's.
Celsiana, a damask, late 1700's to early 1800's.
Eglanatyne, one of David Austin's modern English Rose hybrids, with antique rose properties.
Rosa canina, Dog Rose, English hedge rose.
York and Lancaster, damask rose from the 1500's.
Roseraie de l'Hay, rugosa hybrid.
A rose-eater invaded my grounds earlier this week. Here's the reason I protect my rose beds with a mesh fence, a very effective barrier against beautiful but hungry deer!