Here we have Penelope, which I planted early in my time here, so probably about 26 years old. The red one in front is a bit younger. To the left are 2 Rosa rugosa, Rosarie de l'hay and, I think, Fru Dagmar Hastrup which is not really visible in this photo. They have a fabulous scent.
This is a white climbing rose that has been here for at least 60 years. Some years it gets cut back quite hard to make it renew itself. Being an old variety, it only flowers the once, but it does go on for quite a long time.
Delphinium, fennel and a yellow flower, name unknown in back herbaceous border.
I have no idea what this rose is. It was here when G arrived, but is not all that old. One year I cut it very hard back and it came back much stronger. The yellow one is much weaker but I love it.
Isfahan has flowered better this year than ever before. It has a lovely scent.