It stopped raining... at long last. Well at least for some minutes, but I won't complain, because I don't have to carry heavy watering cans around the garden... that's quite nice. And to be honest, I prefer those cooler temperatures.
But that's not the topic of this post. It's about Her Majesty The Rose. This rambler is the Scarman Himalayan Musk. The photo was made on 11th of June and it is still in full flower. When one walks along the street, you can smell its fragrance from far. I love it.
Here again the same rose together with a peony, which I don't know the name of.
Grace from David Austin
Paul Transon ... suffering by mildew, unfortunately.
Rose Fimbriata... one of my favorites. Lovely fragrance, hardy as hell and a beauty like snow white. Any question so far?
And that's what it looks like in flower.
Das wilde Evchen oder wie David Austin sie nannte: Wild Eve.
Wild Eve by David Austin.
Auch eine Rambler: Francis E Lester.
Another rambler rose: Francis E Lester.
There are many more roses, but I don't want to bore you. My bunnies are enjoying, that it finally stopped, dripping on their head.
Allium, wer mag sie nicht?
Allium, who doesn't like them?
The star in this border is the Sambucus nigra "Black lace". During our last holidays in England I fell in love with it and I wanted one in my own garden. Till now, it was the right decision.
The only flower of the Rodgersia that wasn't destroyed by the hail storm. They look to me, as if they came from a different planet... but I find them rather fascinating.
Ehm, ja... das hält Noah von einem Wochenende mit Sonnenschein: Tschakka!
Noah enjoying the sunshine.
Das sind XL Sommermeisenknödel. Die herzigen Knödelhalter gibt es übrigens bei der Frau Chacheli-Macheri *blinzel*. Na, da freut sich aber einer.
Those are XL suet cake, which one can feed all year through. The lovely ceramic holder is from Mrs Chacheli-Macheri. There is somebody full of joy.
Let's plunge into the fun like this little guy. Have a lovely weekend!