The roses I was given/bought and planted last year are slowly getting established and now it's June, putting on a show. They are looking a bit sorry for themselves today, due to it raining for 9/10 of the day so far, but some sun-shiney photos shows them at their best.
The Lark Ascending looking absolutely stunning.
The Lady of Shallot.
A yellow one which came with the house - happier now it's planted in the soil rather than in a dry pot. Name - forgotten. Standard gift from a garden centre type rose.
Rhapsody in Blue - an extra birthday present from Tam when she found it very competitively priced at Aberaeron Market. It's covered in blooms.
Roserie de l'Hay - the scent of summer at our old home.
Tess of the D'Urbervilles (climber).
There will be more when it's stopped pouring with rain!
Pictures rather than words this time, as it's teatime and I need to make a meal.