"Veilchenblau" on archway, "Mutabablis" below. "Mutabalis" is a bit puny from the winter die-back but it is rebounding.
Roses on top of the pergola - "Russell's Cottage Rose" on the left and "Rambling Rector" on the right.
Rose along the pergola border - "Double Knock-Out" on the left. On the right you can see "Gourmet Popcorn" (white miniature), "Gartendirektor Otto Linne", "Russell's Cottage Rose" and "Rambling Rector".
The hybrid musk rose "Moonlight" always put on a good show.
Roses in the upper border include "Lyric", "Daydream" and "Clair Matin".
"Daydream" is a modern shrub rose that I purchased on a whim at Home Depot a few years ago. It is beautiful when it first blooms but usually tends to get blackspot later in the summer.
"La Marne" - all around fantastic rose.
"Peggy Martin" aka The Hurricane Katrina Rose, is growing up the trunk of a declining cyptomeria.
Near the back driveway entrance and alongside the street is a hedge of "Gartendirektor Otto Linne".
Behind the fence is "Tausendschön", also known as "Thousand Beauties".
Along the front border "Marjorie Fair" blooms on the right. The center row of roses are "Alba Meidiland" which are just beginning to open. Also in the border but harder to see are the roses "Marchella Boccella", "Frederic Mistral" and "Marie Daly".
"Marjorie Fair", aka "Red Ballerina" on the right. The light pink rose on the left is sold by the Antique Rose Emporium as "Lavender Pink Parfait". The tall pink rose in the back is "Frederic Mistral".